For sheltering terrorists, police attaches property in Awantipora

For sheltering terrorists, police attaches property in Awantipora



Jammu and Kashmir police on Saturday claimed to have attached a property in Awantipora after it was found that two militants, killed in an encounter in May this year, were given shelter by the family.




“On 30/05/2022, police in Awantipora received an information through a credible source regarding presence of militants in the house of Jahangir Ahmad Lone and Umar Shafi Lone, sons of Mohammad Shafi Lone resident of Check Rajpora Awantipora,” a police spokesman said in a statement.


Accordingly, police said that input was shared with army (42RR) & CRPF (130 Bn) and a joint cordon and search operation was launched.

As the joint operational parties were approaching to lay the cordon, the suspected hiding militants fired indiscriminately with their illegally acquired arms/ammunition upon them and managed their forcible entry into the adjoining house belonging to one Parvaiz Hassan Misgar son of Ghulam Mohammad Misgar resident of Check Rajpora Awantipora.”


Accordingly, police said process for attachment of property belonging to the accused falling within the ambit proceeds of militancy was initiated u/s 25 of UA(P) Act and necessary prior approval accorded by DGP J-K vide PHQ order No.3420 of 2022 dated 03.10.2022 and the conformation related to the attachment of property u/s 25 of UA (P) Act was accorded by the Divisional Commissioner Kashmir vide order no Divcom-K/Rtn/39/2022 dated 01-12-2022.