New Delhi, Mar 15: There is enough evidence to proceed against Yasin Malik and others in a terror case, a National Investigation Agency court has said. The court hearing a matter relating to the killing of four unarmed Indian Air Force Officers in Kashmir in 1990.
New Delhi, Aug 10: The probe by the National Investigation Agency has been a systematic one. After all several probes of this nature relating to the terror funding and hawala cases relating to Jammu and Kashmir have ended up in the cold storage.
The terror funding probe did not involve run of the mill hawala operators. It involved Pakistan, the separatists and many mainstream politicians in the Valley.
New Delhi, June 17: Yasin Malik has admitted before the National Investigation Agency that he was instrumental in spearheading violence in the Valley, which led to the deaths of many civilians.
He further said that he was instrumental in bringing together the disparate factions of Hurriyat Conference and formed the Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) which spear headed the violent agitations in 2016 in Kashmir Valley by issuing “Protest Calendars” leading to economic shut down for over four months and also caused death and injuries to civilians and security forces during the violent protests.
New Delhi, Mar 20: Furthering its probe into the terror funding case, the Enforcement Directorate has attached dozens of assets in Jammu and Kashmir.
The central probe agency issued a provisional order under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) to attach 13 properties, worth Rs 1.22 crore, in the state.
New Delhi, Mar 12: Taking the fight to the separatists and furthering its probe in the terror funding case, the Enforcement Directorate has attached a plush property belonging to Zahoor Watali.
His immovable property in Gurugram, Haryana was attached by the officials of the Enforcement Directorate under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. The attached property is valued at Rs 1.3 crore.
Srinagar, Nov 15: One of the most dreaded and notorious Kashmiri separatists, Masarat Alam has been booked again. He has been booked under the Public Safety Act which empowers the government to detain him for six months.
New Delhi, July 7: Aasiya Andrabi and two other Kashmiri separatists were today handed over by a Delhi court to the National Investigating Agency (NIA) for 10 days’ custodial interrogation in connection with a case of allegedly waging war against the country.
New Delhi, July 10: Back in 2015, when three persons were arrested by the Hyderabad police in an Islamic State related case, they had said that the help of Kashmir separatist Asiya Andrabi was sought.
The situation in Kashmir has gone from bad to worse and the spate of mindless killings that have taken place in the last few days only suggests that there is a need for an urgent policy shift.
How much money is being spent on the security of the separatists of Kashmiri separatists? The Centre went on to make it clear that the Union Government had nothing to do with the security and it was the state government which was responsible for it.