Amit Shah appoints 44 officers to seize pro-freedom people’ assets

Srinagar: Indian Home Minister Amit Shah has appointed 44 new officers to seize land and properties of pro-freedom youth and activists under the black law, UAPA Act, in occupied Kashmir.

Reports appearing in the local press said that India had decided to take stern action against the Kashmiri people who are directly or indirectly involved in pro-freedom activities. In this regard, the reports said, Indian Home Ministry has decided to take immediate steps for execution of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA), which was passed by the Indian parliament to suppress the freedom struggles

The reports revealed that the newly appointed 44 officers had been tasked with identifying all pro-freedom youth and activists and seizing their properties.

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