Srinagar, Nov. 02: According to sources, Jammu and Kashmir police placed an attachment on a residential home in the Awantipora neighbourhood of the Pulwama district in south Kashmir on Thursday for allegedly welcoming terrorists.
Azad Ahmad Teli’s home in Beighpora, Awantipora, was attached under FIR No. 58/2020 for willingly giving shelter to terrorists, an officer informed the news organisation Kashmir News Observer (KNO).
Section 33 of the UAPA Act was cited by him as the reason the property was attached, according to the NIA Court’s instructions.
According to the official, during an encounter, Reyaz Naikoo, a notorious terrorist, was slain at this residence, where he was holed up.