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NIA attaches six properties of JeM operative in Kashmir

The properties have been attached under Section 33 (1) of UAPA, 1967, in pursuance of the recent orders of NIA Special Court, Jammu, officials said.

niaNEW DELHI: The NIA has seized six immovable properties of a primary terror suspect associated with Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) in Jammu & Kashmir under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act – UAPA in connection with its probe into a case relating to transporting freshly infiltrated terrorists to the Valley and recovery of arms, ammunitions and explosives, officials said on Wednesday.

According to the officials, the properties include six land parcels, each measuring 1 Kanal & 09 Marlas at Mirpora, Pulwama belonging to the accused Asif Ahmed Malik, son of Bashir Ahmed Malik, a resident of village Qazigund, Kakapora in Pulwama.

The properties have been attached under Section 33 (1) of UAPA, 1967, in pursuance of the recent orders of NIA Special Court, Jammu, they said.

The accused in this case Malik was arrested on January 31, 2020 and arms, ammunition & explosives were recovered from his possession.

A charge sheet was filed against him on July 27, 2020 and is currently facing trial under various sections of the IPC, UAPA, the Explosive Substances Act and the Indian Wireless Telegraphy Act, 1933.

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