How does the Government regulate terrorist activities?

Last updated on Jun 16, 2022

If the Central Government believes that an organisation or person is involved in terrorism, it can notify them in the official Gazette as a terrorist or terrorist organization respectively.

The concerned person or organization can apply to the Government to denotify them. If the Government refuses,  they can apply for a review to the concerned Review Committee within one month. The Review Committee can order the Government to denotify them.

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