Person can be prosecuted for 'terrorist act' under UAPA even if he is not member of terrorist organisation: Karnataka High Court

The High Court, therefore, denied bail to two members of Popular Front of India accused booked for killing RSS worker Rudresh.
Karnataka High Court
Karnataka High Court

The Karnataka High Court recently held that an individual can be prosecuted for a terrorist act under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA), even though he/ she is not a member of any banned outfit or terrorist organisation [Irfan Pasha vs National Investigation Agency].

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