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Security of Separatist leaders in J&k Withdrawn after Pulwama Attack

The Jammu and Kashmir administration has taken this step after the Pulwama attack. At Palwama, a convoy of CRPF was attacked on Thursday in which at least 40 soldiers of the paramilitary force were killed and many were injured.

Mirwaiz Umar Farooq scurity withdrawn pulwama attach 2019

Srinagar:  Pulwama Terror Attack: The Jammu and Kashmir administration has withdrawn the security of five separatist leaders including Mirwaiz Umar Farooq . This information was shared by administrative officials. Officials said that these five leaders and other separatists will not be provided security under the guise of any thing. The Jammu and Kashmir administration has taken this step after the Pulwama  attack . At Palwama , a convoy of CRPF was attacked on Thursday in which at least 40 soldiers of the paramilitary force were killed and many were injured.

According to the news agency ANI, apart from Farooq, these leaders include Shabir Shah, Hashim Qureshi, Bilal Lone and Abdul Ghani Bhat. Apart from this, after the attack, India has now started working to isolate Pakistan on the global stage. After the terrorist attack in Pulwama, the Indian government took another stern step on Saturday to increase customs duty on all goods imported from Pakistan to 200 percent by immediate effect. After the withdrawal of MFN status from Pakistan, 200 per cent customs duty on all items to be imported from there has been implemented immediately. This information was given by Union Minister Arun Jaitley.

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administration withdraws security of all separatist leaders, including that of Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Shabir Shah, Hashim Qureshi, Bilal Lone & Abdul Ghani Bhat.

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley tweeted that after the Pulwama incident, India has withdrawn the status of the most preferential country in terms of trade to Pakistan. After this, the customs duty on all goods imported from Pakistan to India has been increased to 200 percent with immediate effect.

Increasing customs will have a great effect on the export to Pakistan from India. In the year 2017-18, India had exported $ 3,482.3 million i.e. $ 48.85 million. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley tweeted, “After the Pulwama incident, India has withdrawn the status of the most preferential country in terms of trade with Pakistan. After this, customs has been increased from to 200 per cent with immediate effect on all goods imported from Pakistan to India. “

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