The National Investigation Agency, on Tuesday the 26th of February conducted its first-ever raids on the houses of Separatist Leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Ashraf Sehrai.
The searches have been achieved in a case related to ‘terror funding,’ via the hawala channel, a legitimate stated.
Several different raids were additionally carried out through the NIA along with J&K Police, followed via the CRPF in complete rebel equipment. The raids had been in the institutions of separatist leader Yasin Malik, Shabbir Shah, Ashraf Khan, Masarat Alam, Naseem Geelani, and Zaffar Akbar Bhat.
As consistent with a file, The NIA raids and the arrest of over six hundred political people throughout the Valley of Kashmir are a part of the Central Government’s ultra-modern ‘iron fist’ coverage closer to Kashmir after the February 14 suicide attack in Pulwama busingJeM.
Most of the separatist leaders, as of now are either detained in jails or they’re placed underneath ‘house arrest’.
The raid in Mirwaiz Umar Farooq’s resulted within the discovery of several excessive stop communique devices, incriminating documents, monetary transactions receipts, bank account details.
According to a document by way of Time Now, letterheads of different terrorist corporations, as well as documents relating to guidelines fora visa for admission in Pakistan academic establishments, have been additionally recovered
Along with that electronic devices inclusive of laptops, e-pills, mobile telephones, pen drives, communication device and DVRs.
In any other file, it is cited that a high-tech net verbal exchange set and impartial technical servers used for communications were additionally recovered from the house of Hurriyat chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq.T he excessive-powered communique set protected a 40 feet lengthy antenna which is in complete violation of the regulations and guidelines within the sensitive valley.
The alleged leader become also barred from keeping a press convention at his residence, a day after the raids have been achieved, says a document.
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