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The central government has announced a ban on the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front, Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba said the separatists outfit has been banned as the government has policy of zero tolerance against terrorism.

The Yasin Malik-drove Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) was prohibited by the Center under enemy of fear law on Friday.

Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba said the separatist’s outfit has been prohibited as the legislature has the strategy of zero resilience against fear terrorism.

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“The administration today has pronounced Yasin Malik-drove JKLF as restricted. This is in continuation with the crackdown we had begun with the prohibition on Jamaat-e-Islami in Jammu and Kashmir,”

He said that JKLF has been at the cutting edge of rebel exercises. “Malik was the brains of the Kasmiri Pandit massacre. JKLF was likewise in charge of the homicide of 4 IAF Officers and has additionally been known to be a wellspring of financing for fear in Kashmir,” he said.

Authorities said that the association was restricted under different arrangements of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. Its boss Yasin Malik will now be taken to jail and at present held up in Jammu’s Kot Balwal correctional facility.

This is the second association in Jammu and Kashmir which has been prohibited for the current month. Prior, the Center had restricted the Jamaat-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir.

The move drew analysis from previous J&K boss priest Mehbooba Mufti, said “unfavorable advances like these will just transform Kashmir into an outdoors jail.”

“Yasin Malik denied brutality as a method for settling J&K issue quite a while back. He was treated as a partner in an exchange started by then PM Vajpayee ji. What will a restriction on his association accomplish?” she inquired.


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