Srinagar, Dec 31: In a decisive move, the Centre has imposed a five-year ban on Tehreek-e-Hurriyat, J&K, citing its involvement in forbidden activities under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). Home Minister Amit Shah announced the ban in a post on X, revealing the group’s alleged role in endeavors to separate Jammu and Kashmir from India while striving to establish Islamic rule.
Shah, a key figure in Prime Minister Modi’s administration, asserted that Tehreek-e-Hurriyat has been actively engaged in spreading anti-India propaganda and fueling secessionism in the region through terrorist activities. The ban is seen as a strict enforcement of PM Modi’s zero-tolerance policy against terrorism, emphasizing that any individual or organization involved in anti-India activities will face immediate and forceful measures.
This move signals the government’s commitment to maintaining national security and thwarting attempts to disrupt the unity and integrity of the country. The ban on Tehreek-e-Hurriyat is part of a broader effort to clamp down on forces aiming to destabilize the region, reinforcing the government’s stance on preserving India’s sovereignty.