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Breaking! Major crackdown on “Pakistani Dalals,” Is this the end of Hafeez Saeed sponsored terrorism

The National Investigative Agency (NIA) carried out at searches at 14 places in Kashmir and 8 places in the national capital today. The NIA raids were carried out in connection with funding from Pakistan for carrying out terror related activities in the world. The NIA had earlier registered a preliminary enquiry, converted it into a regular case on Friday evening and began searches in the wee hours at the houses ‘Pakistani Dalals’ separatists on Saturday.

Around 8 Hawala dealers were raided in Delhi, Deccan Chronicle reported. Close aides of hardline separatist Syed Ali Shah Geelani and others in the Hurriyat conference were also raided. Two places in Sonepat (Haryana) were also raided. The raids followed the questioning of  separatists -Nayeem Khan, who was seen confessing to have received money from Pakistani terror groups during a TV sting operation, Farooq Ahmed Dar alias ‘Bitta Karate’ and Gazi Javed Baba of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat, in the national capital last month.

The separatists, who for long have only incited the local Kashmiri Youth were allegedly receiving money from dreaded terrorist and 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed. The Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET) which is headed by Hafiz Saeed has been funding these separatists to carry out subversive activities like stone pelting, damaging properties and burning schools and other establishments in the valley.

Republic TV reported that this was the first such massive raid in 3 decades in the valley.

The NIA is being assisted by the CRPF & the J&K Police in carrying out the searches. The raids started at about 5.25 am in the morning. 1 Crore hard cash has already been recovered. The NIA teams have already been in the valley for more than 3 days. The raids are expected to continue for the next 2 days. Kashmiri business tycoons are also being probed for having alleged Hawala links.

Source & Credit: Deccan Chronicle & Republic


Tony Joseph

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