Govt designates Mushtaq Ahmed Zargar, released during 1999 Indian Airlines Flight hijack crisis, as terrorist under UAPA

The government has designated chief commander of terrorist outfit Al-Umar Mujahideen, Mushtaq Ahmed Zargar as a terrorist under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

He was one of the released terrorists in the year 1999 Indian Airlines Flight hijacking crisis, in exchange for the hostages of Indian Airlines Flight. In its notification, Union Home Ministry said, Zargar has been running an incessant campaign from Pakistan to fuel terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir and is a threat to peace, not only to India but across the world, with his contacts and proximity to radical terrorist groups.

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