Modi regime now constitutes so-called tribunal to get legal cover for ban on TeH

New Delhi: The Narendra Modi-led Indian government has constituted a so-called tribunal to get a legal cover for its decision to ban Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir, founded by Syed Ali Gilani Shaheed, in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the Modi regime has on Tuesday appointed a handpicked judge of the Delhi High Court to get the desired verdict.

The Modi regime had banned the TeH for five years on December 31, 2023 declaring it an unlawful association under draconian law, Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA).

While imposing the ban on TeH, Indian Home Minister, Amit Shah, in a post on the social media platform “X” said the organization is involved in the prohibited activities of freedom of Jammu and Kashmir from India and establishment of Islamic rule in the territory.

It is to be mentioned here that the Modi regime on Monday constituted a similar tribunal consisting of a handpicked Delhi High Court judge to get a legal cover for its decision to ban Jammu and Kashmir Muslim League headed by APHC Chairman Masarrat Aalam Butt.

The JKML was declared an unlawful association by the Modi government on December 27, last year, under the same black law, UAPA. The organisation was banned for five years for its pro-freedom activities in occupied Kashmir.

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