March 20, 2023

In response to terrorism, the Modi government bans JeM’s Kashmiri proxy; it claims that PAFF radicalises naive youth.

The Indian government’s recent decision to ban the Jamaat-e-Islami (JeM) group in Kashmir is a response to the growing threat of terrorism in the region. The JeM is a radical Islamist group that has been blamed for a number of terrorist attacks in Kashmir, including the 2016 Uri attack that killed 19 Indian soldiers. The group’s Kashmiri proxy, the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), is also believed to be responsible for several terrorist attacks in the region.

The Indian government claims that the JeM and LeT are radicalising naive Kashmiri youth and using them as cannon fodder in their fight against India. The government has also accused the Pakistani government of supporting and sheltering these terrorist groups.

The JeM and LeT are not the only terrorist groups operating in Kashmir. There are also a number of homegrown terrorist groups, such as the Hizbul Mujahideen, that are fighting against Indian rule in Kashmir.

The Indian government’s decision to ban the JeM is a welcome first step in its fight against terrorism in Kashmir. However, it is unlikely to be effective in the long term unless the government also takes action against other terrorist groups operating in the region.

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