The National Investigation Agency which is probing the Nagrota Army camp attack made a startling revelation. Investigations had found that the terrorists part of the plan had visited Pakistan several times on valid visas based on the recommendations made by the Kashmiri separatists.
There have been many probes ordered by various governments against the Kashmir separatists in the past. All of them have turned out to damp squibs and have more often than not made it to the stock pile of pending cases.
With the noose round the neck of the Kashmir separatists tightening, they are in desperate need of legal help. Several top separatists are running from pillar to post to find a good advocate to defend them in court.
Stung by the National Investigation Agency in the Hurriyat terror funding case, its leaders are now looking desperately for legal help. This is for the first time that the Hurriyat leaders are seriously looking for legal help as they have realised the case against them is a water-tight one.
Kashmir’s separatist leader S A S Geelani who is into the habit of opposing everything India made a surprising statement when he backed GST. The National Conference was quick to blast him and called it a tactic on his part to bail out the PDP-BJP government in Jammu and Kashmir.
The National Investigation Agency which has been conducting raids in connection with a case of terror funding for Kashmir separatists has unearthed incriminating material and evidence. Among the prominent persons to be raided was also Tariq Ahmed Khan, the former president of the Line of Control Traders Association.
The National Investigation Agency which is conducting a probe into the funding for Kashmiri separatists to cause unrest has found Hafiz Saeed to be the primary financier. Saeed the boss of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba has pumped in crores of rupees into the coffers of the separatists to keep the unrest in the Valley alive, the ongoing probe by the NIA has found.
The National Investigation Agency which is investigating the funds received by the Kashmiri separatists from Pakistan would take its time before questioning Syed Ali Shah Geelani. The NIA had registered a Preliminary Enquiry against the separatists for allegedly getting funds from the Lashkar-e-Tayiba to create an unrest in the Valley.
The National Investigation Agency has registered a preliminary enquiry into the funding of Hurriyat Conference leaders, S A S Geelani, Naeem Khan and other. The NIA noted that funds were coming in from Pakistan to fuel the unrest in Kashmir and hence an enquiry has been registered.