STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Special Judge NIA Sunit Gupta on Saturday rejected the bail application of Suhaib Manzoor, son of Manzoor Ahmed Wani, resident of Karimabad District Pulwama Kashmir who was held in connection with Ban Toll Plaza Terrorist Attack on 31st January, 2020 in which 3 Pak terrorists of JeM outfit were gunned down and 3 Pulwama OGWs were arrested. While rejecting the bail application, court observed that nowadays terrorism has again taken a steep rise in the Kashmir valley. “It is also experienced that some of the local inhabitants of the Kashmir valley are having in depth sympathy for the terrorists and they used to extend logistic support to them under the misconception of being part of ‘Jehad’. As such until and unless these kind of local inhabitants are not dealt with iron hands the terrorism in the state cannot be curbed. Terrorism is one of the manifestations of increased lawlessness and cult of violence. Violence and crime constitute a threat to an established order and are a revolt against a civilized society. Experience has shown us that ‘terrorism’ is generally an attempt to acquire or maintain power or control by intimidation and causing fear and helplessness in the minds of the people at large or any section thereof and is a totally abnormal phenomenon,” court observed.
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