Srinagar, July 11 (KMS): In the ongoing spree of depriving people of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir of their land and property, the Modi government has attached four more homes and three vehicles on baseless charges.
The police accorded sanction for the attachment of four residential buildings on the so-called of “harbouring and providing assistance” to carry out militant activities, an allegation, which was never proven in a court of law.
Besides, sanctions were also accorded for the seizure of three vehicles, including one two wheeler, used for ‘unlawful activities’.
Police in Parimpora attached homes of Mohammad Yousuf Sofi and Adil Mohammad Lone, both residents of Lawaypora, and Khursheed Ahmad, resident of Maloora for ‘providing assistance’ to attackers at a CRPF party at Lawypora in Srinagar, a police official claimed.
In another case at Harwan in Srinagar, the residential house of Abdul Rehman Butt, a resident of Darbagh Harwan, was attached on the charge that his son Ashiq Hussain Butt was harbouring militants.
In Ganderbal and Pulwama, police attached a Scorpio vehicle, registered in the name of Lateef Ahmad Kambay, a Piaggio auto load carrier, registered in the name of Aquib Yousuf Mir and TVS Scooty registered in the name of Irshad Ahmad Malik on the never-proven charge of being used in militant activities.
In 2021, police had seized 75 vehicles, five houses, six shops, land and cash under the black law, Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). On June 21, police had attached five homes in Srinagar on the same charge.