Delhi High Court

SRINAGAR — The Centre has constituted a tribunal consisting of Delhi High Court judges to adjudicate the ban on two factions of the Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference.

According to an order, the tribunal, constituted under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, will consist of Justice Neena Bansal Krishna of Delhi High Court.

The Union Ministry of Home Affairs had banned both factions of the Muslim Conference headed by Prof Abdul Ghani Bhat and Sumji respectively on February 28 under UAPA for five years.

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Now, the Centre has constituted the tribunal for the purpose of adjudicating whether or not there is sufficient cause for declaring both factions as an unlawful association.

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