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JSMM and 62 Other Orgnisations Banned In Azad Kashmir

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MUZAFFARABAD – The Government of Azad Kashmir has banned the 63 organizations under the National Action Plan.
Interior Department of Azad Kashmir has issued a notification to 63 organizations under the Anti-Terrorism Act 2014 to ban the activities in the boundaries of Kashmir.

According to the notification banned organizations includes Al-Qaeda, Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Jaish-e-Mohammad, Sipah-e-Sahaba, Tehreek-e-Jafaria, Khodam Islam , Hizb-ut-Tahrir, Balochistan Liberation Army, Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSMM), Baloch Students Organization-Azad (BSO-Azad), Shia Students Action Committee Gilgit, People’s Peace Committee, United Baloch Army, Tehreek Taliban Mohammad and the 313 Brigade other organizations includes.
However, it has decided to keep eye on activities of Dawa party of the Hafiz Mohammad Saeed.

Notification issued by home department of Azad Kashmir
Notification issued by home department of Azad Kashmir

The notification prohibited any individual or group in Kashmir to cooperate with these banned organizations.
Over the situation, the Additional IG Azad Kashmir Fahim Ahmad said that from the beginning of May, implementation on the National Action Plan will be started.
DG Yaseen Qureshi while briefing the media said that according to the National Action Plan the Department of anti-terrorism will be established in Kashmir. He further told that 500 young people will be recruited in the department, who will be well trained, and well equipped with sophisticated weapons.
He told that Apex Committee will also be created in Azad Kashmir and it will start operating from May.
It should be clear that after the worst terrorist attacks on the Army Public School in Peshawar December 16, 2014, to establish peace and security in the country a program was initiated with the name of National Action Plan.

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