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Ban on SIMI | The Home Ministry extended the ban on SIMI for 5 years, issued an order

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New Delhi: The Union Home Ministry on Monday (January 29) declared the ‘Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI)’ an illegal organization and banned it for five years. The Home Ministry announced about the extension of this ban through a post on Facebook.

In keeping with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of zero tolerance against terrorism, the ‘Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI)’ has been declared an ‘unlawful organization’ under the UAPA for five years, the Home Ministry wrote on Twitter. . Is.

The ministry also said SIMI was found involved in promoting terrorism, disturbing peace and communal harmony to threaten the sovereignty, security and integrity of India.

SIMI was first banned in 2001 during the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government. Since then the ban has been extended every five years. The final ban on SIMI was imposed on January 31, 2019. “SIMI was found to be involved in promoting terrorism, disturbing peace and communal harmony to threaten India’s sovereignty, security and integrity,” Shah said.

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The Union Home Ministry, in a notification, said that SIMI continued its illegal activities and regrouped its cadres, who are still not on the run. The notification said that this group is engaged in activities that harm the integrity and security of the country by creating communalism, disharmony, spreading anti-national sentiments, supporting extremism and damaging the secular fabric.

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