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House of militant associate seized in Budgam for sheltering militants: Police

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House being seized by personnel of Jammu and Kashmir Police.

Bandipora: Police on Monday said that it seized the residential house of a militant associate in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district.

In a statement, the police said that on Monday it seized the residential house of a militant associate Mohammad Ramzan Mir, son of Salam Mir, a resident of Rudbugh Magam who is an OGW of the proscribed militant outfit LeT.

During investigation of FIR 05/2023 U/S, 307-IPC 7/27 Arms Act 16, 19, 20, 23, 39 UA (P) Act of P/S Magam Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, the police said, it had come to fore that the property under survey no 68 min belonging to Mohammad Ramzan Mir had been acquired as proceeds of militancy in terms of 2(g) of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, which was also willfully used for harbouring of militants, he said.

The police spokesman further stated that district police Budgam has reiterated its resolve to continue its endeavour for identification and initiation of legal actions against all such properties that are being wilfully used for harbouring militants, reads the statement.

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