Time and again it has been felt that Pakistan is always thriving hard to create instability in India. In this series, Indian intelligence agencies have revealed one more case.
According to a report carried on PGurus.com, Intelligence agencies have revealed that Pakistan-based terrorist organisation Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) funded a huge amount of money for radicalisation in Uttar Pradesh, apart from their usual business in Jammu & Kashmir. The telecom surveillance by the agencies has exposed that JuD, through its money laundering agent Tauqeer Hussain had pumped around Pakistani Rupees 487 crores in January 2016 alone to India and mainly this money was pumped in Uttar Pradesh.
“The Mobicash statements of Tauqeer Hussain tracked out by the Indian agencies shows around Pakistani Rupees 487 crores pumped to India during the period January 4 to January 15, 2016”, the report said.
The Intelligence agencies found that Tauqeer Hussain, working with the JuD had used the Pakistan’s network service provider Mobicash for routing money to India. This mobile service provider is a premier in Pakistan for financial services through NFC (Near Field Communication) payment. NFC is a technology that allows two devices to talk to each other when they are close together. NFC is the technology that enables contactless payments.
According to the report, the Mobicash statements of Tauqeer Hussain tracked out by the Indian agencies shows around Pakistani Rupees 487 crores pumped to India from January 4 to January 15, 2016. The statement obtained by the agencies:
As per the miniature statement, Hussain has pumped the money to India through the following tranches.
Pakistani Rs 106 crores on 4-1-2016
Pakistani Rs 88.3 crores on 6-1-2016
Pakistani Rs 110.3 crores on 11-1-2016
Pakistani Rs 96.7 crores on 13-1-2016
Pakistani Rs 86.4 crores on 15-1-2016
According to the agencies, Hussain has also been in touch with a few Muslim Congress and Samajwadi Party leaders from Uttar Pradesh. He was also in touch with certain Muslim local leaders in Mumbai also. This huge amount of money is believed to have used for radicalisation activities, narcotics sale, human trafficking and creating unrest across India.