Crackdown on terror! Twenty-five assets linked to LeT chief Hafiz Sayed to be attached soon

Twenty-five assets linked to LeT chief Hafiz Sayed, four to Shabir Shah, and other immovable facilities in the name of over a dozen people linked to militant outfits will soon be attached or confiscated by investigative agencies as part of a crackdown against Jammu and Kashmir-based separatists and terrorist operatives, official sources said.

Multiple agencies like the Enforcement Directorate (ED), the National Investigative Agency (NIA) and the Income Tax Department have collated data and are set to unleash criminal action against individuals and groups who run terror and the “stone pelting machinery” against the security forces in the Kashmir Valley, they said.

While the ED has identified 25 assets “linked” to Sayed and his associates for attachment under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), a similar action will be conducted to freeze four properties of J-K based separatist Shabir Shah. Read More

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