Srinagar, April 29 -- Police on Sunday seized a residential property in south Kashmir's Pulwama district that was allegedly used to shelter terrorists, a police spokesperson said.

"In a significant move to counter-terrorism, police in Pulwama have seized a property worth lakhs under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act," he said.

The single-storey house in the Monghama area was allegedly used by terrorists for shelter and other logistics support, provided by the property owner Mohammad Lateef Kar, son of Ghulam Ahmad Kar.

"The property is now under official seizure, prohibiting any transfer, lease, disposal or alteration without prior permission from the designated authority," the spokesperson said.

This seizure is pursuant to FIR N...