New Delhi, Mar 31 (ANI): Union Home Ministry has frozen bank accounts of individuals involved in terrorist and insurgency activities.
Addressing media, after releasing monthly report card, Union Home Minister P Chidambaram said the accounts were frozen under Section 51 A of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).
Home Ministry, froze fourteen bank accounts of Moshin Ismail Chowdhary the Indian Mujahideen member of the Pune module and also a key suspect in the blast at German Bakery in February.
The Home Ministry seized his accounts at the Ratnakar Bank, Nana Peth branch in Pune.
Mohsin, 35, has been on the radar as one of the main recruiters of the Indian Mujahideen for the Pune unit, and the only one still missing.
The Home Ministry also seized two bank accounts held by self styled Brigadier. Ningthoujam Rajen Singh, 'C-in-C and Finance Secretary' of Kanglei Yawol Kanna Lup (KYKL) in the ICICI Bank at Guwahati.
Two bank accounts held by Rajen Singh's associate in State Bank of India, Kurseong branch were also seized by the Home Ministry. (ANI)