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18 bank accounts involved in terror financing frozen

New Delhi: The government has frozen 18 bank accounts found involved in terror financing under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

The bank accounts located in Pune, Guwahati and West Bengal have been frozen under section 51A of the UAPA which enables the government to freeze accounts of individuals or terror groups to prevent and cope with terrorist activities.

“14 bank accounts of Moshin Ismail Chowdhary (involved in terrorist activities) in the Ratnakar Bank, Nana Peth branch, Pune, two bank accounts held by S S Brig Ningthoujam Rajen Singh, Commander-in-Chief and Finance Secretary of Kanglei Yawol Kanna Lup in the ICICI Bank, Guwahati and two bank accounts held by Rajen Singh’s associate in SBI, Kurseong” have been frozen, Home Minister P Chidambaram told reporters.

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