Property raised with terror funds attached

The first and perhaps not the last, invoking the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act UAPA -anti terror law, attachment of a palatial house at the outskirts of Srinagar belonging to the chief of the terror outfit, Dukhtaran -e- Millat , AisiyaAndrabi has recently taken place. The attachment order which was pasted by the NIA outside the residence of the chief of the banned outfit – restricts sale, transfer, mortgage or dealing of the attached property in any way whatsoever, without the previous permission of the authorities.
Such attachments, it may be noted, come into effect only when an investigating officer has sufficient reasons and grounds to believe that a property was purchased or raised from the proceeds of terrorism. Andrabi has a charge sheet filed against her late last year including her two associates for allegedly “waging war” against India using internet platforms. Andrabi has been found in open rapport with Pakistani terror groups and their top activists and has been openly propagating secession of Jammu and Kashmir from India to join Pakistan and to use violent means to attain the nefarious design.