India declares DeM Chief Asiya Andrabi as terrorist for waging war


NEW DELHI - The Indian National Investigation Agency, which is investigating the terror funding in Occupied Kashmir, has tightened its vigil against terrorists. The NIA has evidence that Dukhtaran-e-Millat, and its leader Asiya Andrabi, have been involved in anti-national activities, Indian media has reported.

According to the NIA investigation, the report has been prepared after Andrabi was questioned. The investigation reveals that there are several individuals sitting in various corners of the world plotting an attack on India.

The report further added that when Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a temple in London, then Andrabi had sent an audio message on the programme’s itinerary to various organisations.

Andrabi, according to the NIA, has been actively involved in provoking the people of Jammu & Kashmir to act against security forces.

Interestingly, Dukhtaran-e-Millat is the only organisation that is all-women. The Indian government declared it a terrorist organisation and banned it for waging war against India.