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Kishtwar terrorists: Pakistan, PoK-based 23 terrorists declared ‘proclaimed offenders’

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A special Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) court in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday declared 23 terrorists from Kishtwar district, who are operating from Pakistan and Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, as proclaimed offenders, police said. Attachment of their properties may start soon.

Earlier, 13 persons based in Pakistan and PoK were declared as proclaimed offenders by the special UAPA court in Doda. The police in Kishtwar termed the move as a significant step towards addressing the security challenges within the district.

“This significant move is attributed to the diligent efforts of the Kishtwar Police, which initiated the process by developing crucial intelligence and lodged an FIR in 2022. The investigation meticulously presented all formalities before the UAPA special court in Doda,” SSP Kishtwar, Khalil Poswal, was quoted as saying.

The police informed that the process of attachment of property would be carried out under section 83 of CrPC “if all the absconding terrorists subsequent to the declaration as proclaimed offenders don’t surrender before the law within the time frame given by the court”.

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