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SIA Attaches Property Of Absconding LeT Militant In JK

The State Investigation Agency of Jammu and Kashmir Police announced the attachment of property belonging to an absconding LeT militant in Rajouri district. Identified as Abdul Hameed Khan, the militant’s property was attached under section 33 of the UA(P) Act. Khan, along with other associates, faced charges in FIR No. 05/2021 for various offenses including terrorist activities and involvement in the LeT outfit.

Abdul Hameed Khan, son of Late Mohd Sarvar Khan, hails from Panjgrain (Gambhir Brahmana) in Tehsil Manjakote, Rajouri. The FIR against him and his associates, Mohd Rafiq Khan and Gurpal Singh, was filed by the JIC/SIA Jammu. Khan’s journey traces back to 1992 when he, along with other youths from Rajouri, crossed over to Pakistan for arms training under the LeT. Since then, he has been actively operating from Pakistan, contributing to numerous terrorist activities in Rajouri district.

His role extends beyond direct involvement in attacks; Khan is also credited with activating sleeper cells and luring susceptible youths to join the LeT. The charges framed against him and his associates encompass a range of offenses aimed at destabilizing the region and waging war against the Republic of India. The successful attachment of Khan’s immovable property, valued at lakhs of rupees, underscores the state’s commitment to counter-terrorism efforts.

The identified property, located in village Panjgrain, has been seized in compliance with orders from the designated court. This move by the SIA Jammu signifies a significant step in curbing terrorist financing and dismantling their support networks. By targeting the financial infrastructure of militants, law enforcement aims to disrupt their operations and enhance security in the region.

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