In a major crackdown on anti-national elements, Jammu and Kashmir administration has terminated 11 government employees for their alleged involvement in terror-funding activities. Those sacked from government jobs include two sons of the most wanted terrorist Syed Salahuddin, who is also the founder of Hizbul Mujahideen. The designated committee in Jammu and Kashmir for scrutinizing and recommending cases had called for their dismissal from Government service. The committee unearthed three over-ground workers, who served for the terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiyaba. One of the undercover agents was allegedly providing information to terrorists about the movement of security forces, abetting and harbouring terrorists to carry out activities in a clandestine manner.
Two other teachers from Anantnag were found involved in anti-national activities including participating, supporting, and propagating the secessionist ideology of banned organisations. Eight other government employees who have been dismissed from duty include two Constables of J&K Police, who allegedly supported terrorism from within the Police department and provided inside information to the terrorists as also logistic support.