New Delhi: NIA raided from Delhi to Srinagar on terror funding. NIA has raided eleven sites in Srinagar, which includes several areas including Bamina, Navata, HMT, and Downtown. At the same time, five places have been raided in Delhi. The raiding operation started at 8 o’clock in the morning and is still going on. Many separatist leaders and businessmen of Kashmir are accused of joining the racket of terror funding.
Officials said that NIA officials raided the locations of business in different parts of Srinagar and North Kashmir this morning and conducted extensive search operations at suspected places. NIA officers also raided the locations of five traders in Old Delhi. The raids took place when the NIA arrested two people a day ago, including an independent photo journalist who was allegedly involved in raising support against the security forces through stone pelting and social media.
The arrests and raids conducted by the NIA are part of the investigation into the case filed on 30th May, in which the Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Pakistan-based Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Hafiz Saeed are named as accused. NIA has arrested seven people in connection with allegedly financing terrorism and destructive activities to create unrest in the Kashmir Valley.
In the case of financing such activities, including the issue of collecting through various illegal means including hawala. This includes cases of stone burning, burning of schools, damage to public property and warring India, and dissolving peace in the valley. This is the first time since the start of terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir in the beginning of the 90s that the Central Investigation Agency has raided the financing of terrorists and separatist organizations.