The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) of Jammu and Kashmir Police has attached four residential houses in Srinagar which were used to shelter terrorists.
The SIU, which is responsible for investigating and prosecuting cases related to terrorism, has attached the four houses under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967. The houses are located in the areas of Nowgam, Bemina, and Soura.
The SIU has also seized several incriminating documents, including bank accounts, from the houses. The documents are being examined to ascertain the identities of the people who were using the houses to shelter terrorists.
The SIU has also identified several people who were involved in providing shelter to terrorists in the four houses. The SIU is now in the process of filing charges against them.
The SIU has been actively involved in the fight against terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir. It has been successful in apprehending several terrorists and their sympathizers in the past.
The SIU’s action of attaching the four houses used to shelter terrorists is a major step towards curbing terrorism in the state. It is a clear indication that the government is serious about tackling terrorism and will not tolerate any form of support to terrorists.
The SIU’s action is also a warning to those who are involved in providing shelter to terrorists. It is a reminder that the government will take stern action against anyone who is found to be involved in such activities.
The SIU’s action is a welcome move and will go a long way in ensuring that terrorism is curbed in the state. It is also a reminder to all those who are involved in providing shelter to terrorists that they will be held accountable for their actions.