Govt declares Muslim Conference J&K (Sumji faction) and Muslim Conference J&K (Bhat faction) as Unlawful Associations

Central Government under section 3 of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, have declared two factions of Muslim conference in Jammu and Kashmir As unlawful associations. The purpose of this measure is to combat terrorism and preserve national security. Union Home Minister Amit Shah The announcement was made through a statement on social media platforms x, To highlight the government’s dedication to dismantling terrorist networks and protecting the integrity of the country.

Muslim Conference Jammu and Kashmir (Sumji faction):

  • Engaging in activities prejudicial to the sovereignty and integrity of India.
  • Actively supporting terrorist activities to separate Jammu and Kashmir from the Indian Union.
  • Many criminal cases are also included under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, filed against Sumji group and its members.

Muslim Conference Jammu and Kashmir (Bhat faction):

  • Implicit in abetting, aiding and abetting separatist movements in Jammu and Kashmir.
  • Accused of supporting terrorism and participating in unlawful activities threatening the sovereignty, security and integrity of India.
  • Several criminal charges have been filed against the Bhat faction and its members under various sections of the law, including the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.

Government declares Muslim Conference Jammu-Kashmir (Sumji faction) and Muslim Conference Jammu-Kashmir (Bhat faction) as illegal associations_40.1

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