By Express Web Desk

The Centre on Wednesday banned the Muslim Conference Jammu & Kashmir (Sumji faction) and Muslim Conference Jammu & Kashmir (Bhat faction), declaring them as “unlawful associations.”

In a post on X, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said the “activities of the two factions were against the sovereignty and integrity of the nation.”

Striking terror networks with undiminished vehemence the government has declared the Muslim Conference Jammu & Kashmir (Sumji faction) and Muslim Conference Jammu & Kashmir (Bhat faction) as Unlawful Associations. These outfits have been engaging in activities against the… — Amit Shah (@AmitShah) February 28, 2024

Amit Shah further asserted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government is determined to uproot terrorism and anyone involved in unlawful activities will face dire consequences.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Ministry of Home Affairs extended the ban on Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) Jammu and Kashmir for another five years with immediate effect declaring it as an ‘unlawful association’.

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