Jaish-e-Mohammed’s Ashiq Ahmed Nengroo declared as terrorist

The authorities on Monday declared Jaish-e-Mohammed commander Ashiq Ahmed Nengroo as a individual ‘terrorist’ under the Illegal Activities (Prevention) Act as he’s currently engaged in a Pakistan managed campaign to orchestrate fright in Jammu and Kashmir.

Nengroo is the 36th individual to be incorporated within the checklist which has names of JeM chief Maulana Maood Azhar, Lashkar patron and 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed and underworld don Dawood Ibrahim amongst others.

MHA, in a gazette notification, said that Nengroo (35), a resident of Pulwama in Kashmir, has been alive to within the infiltration of terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir. After running a fright syndicate in Kashmir, the MHA notification states, Nengroo is now engaged in a perilous campaign to orchestrate fright within the valley that’s far off-managed from Pakistan.

Nengroo, who’s named by many aliases equivalent to Ashag Hussain Nengroo and Ashaq Moulvi, has been accountable for planning a amount of terrorist incidents in J&Ok.

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