Srinagar: Kashmir Intelligence Service (SIA) officials said yesterday. A series of actions are being taken against organizations accused of promoting extremism, separatism and terrorist activities. As part of this, steps have been taken to identify and confiscate 11 properties belonging to the banned organization Jamaat-e-Islami.
With this, assets worth Rs 90 crore belonging to the organization in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag district have been frozen. More than 200 properties belonging to the Jamaat have been identified in Jammu and Kashmir. Earlier this month, nine properties belonging to the organization were seized in Shopian district, including two school buildings.
SIA said. Jamaat-e-Islami is the largest political and religious organization operating in Jammu and Kashmir. The organization was banned in 2019 for supporting terrorism.