New Delhi: The Central Government has made a strong decision against the Indian version of Lashkar-e-Taiba, The Resistance Front, has been banned by the Central Government. The Union Ministry of Home Affairs issued an order in this regard. The ministry has also declared TRF commander Sheikh Sajjad Gul as a terrorist.
Since 2019, ‘The Resistant’ is a Kashmir-centric organization. The Kashmir version of Lashkar-e-Tayaba, a Pakistan-based terror group, has been banned. There observed various activities in the valley and was found to be smuggling arms, drugs and other deadly weapons through the Pakistan border. Many cases have been registered against the organization and those working in connection with the organization have been brought before the law in these matters.
The Centre had declared Ahmed Ahenkar alias Abdu Al-Kashmiri, who is recruiting for the Indian cell of the terrorist organization, IS, as a terrorist, last day. He was declared a terrorist by the Central Government under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, 1967. He was found to be recruiting for IS in Jammu and Kashmir. The ministry was also found him played a crucial role in launching an IS magazine based in India.