Attending jihadi meetings, being member of organization which is not banned is not 'terrorist act' under UAPA: Karnataka High Court

A person charged with terror offences under UAPA was, therefore, granted bail by the Court on the ground that the group he was associated with, was not a banned organization.
Karnataka High Court
Karnataka High Court

Attending jihadi meetings, purchasing training materials, and organising training shelters for members of an organisation which is not banned by the government under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA), will not amount to 'terrorist act' under Section 2(k) of UAPA, the Karnataka High Court recently held [Saleem Khan and Anr v. State of Karnataka]

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