New Delhi, Mar 03: The National Investigation Agency has arrested two persons in a terror funding case relating to the People’s Liberation Front of India (PLFI). The arrested have been identified as Jai Prakash Singh and Amit Kumar.
New Delhi, Feb 20: In a major development, China has joined India and the US to send a strong message to Pakistan to act on terror funding.
Saudi Arabia too has joined the above mentioned countries and has told Pakistan to complete its commitments on action against terror funding and money laundering given by the Financial Action Task Force.
New Delhi, Feb 17: The National Investigation Agency has charged two accused of the NSCN (IM) in connection with a terror funding case. The case is related to the seizure of Rs 10,46,100 from Luckin Mashangva and Jaikishan Sharma.
New Delhi, Feb 01: The National Investigation Agency has arrested two accused in connection with a naxal terror funding case.
The two have been identified as Hira Devi and Shakuntala Kumari, the wives of Dinesh Gope the chief of the PLFI.
Raids conducted by police have uncovered a Bengaluru based trust and has also brought to light the method by ISIS of using charities as a front to fund terror related activities.
Running a charity to cover up acts of terror has been rampant for some time now. During the nation-wide raids conducted in connection with an Islamic State case, one such charity cropped up.
The police found that this charity being run in Bengaluru was in reality a front to carry out terror related activities.
New Delhi, Jan 15: The National Investigation Agency conducted searches in Manipur and Nagaland in connection with a terror funding case.
The case relates to a terror funding case relating to the NSCN (IM) wherein unaccounted funds were being taken by one Alemla Jamir from Delhi to Nagaland. Jamir is said to be working for the NSCN (IM) and was arrested while carrying cash to the tune of Rs 72 lakh.
Falah-i-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF), which is the financial wing of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba (LeT), had roped in an Indian Muslim and a Pakistani to set up sleeper cells and modules to raise funds for the outfit, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has busted a module of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba (LeT) which has been identifying Indian Muslims abroad to fund a terror network.
Falah-i-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF), which is the financial wing of the LeT, had roped in an Indian Muslim and a Pakistani to set up sleeper cells and modules to raise funds for the outfit, the NIA has said.
New Delhi, Oct 22: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed its charge sheet against 11 persons accused in the Naxal terror funding case.
The 11 persons have been accused of raising funds through extortion/ levy collection and further legitimising this illegal money by investing in banking channels and dubious shell companies in the names of close associates and family members of Dinesh Gope, the supremo of the PLFI.
New Delhi, Oct 06: Yasin Malik is in jail, the NIA has filed a water-tight case against him in the terror funding case and the IAF’s hero whom he had killed will now find a place on the War Memorial.
The Indian Air Force has approved the name of Squadron Leader Ravi Khanna who was killed by Malik in 1990 to be on the War Memorial. For Yasin Malik life has come a full circle. One of the most notorious separatist/terrorist, he got away scot free with a number of crimes over the years.
New Delhi, Oct 05: Yasin Malik, the notorious separatists of Jammu and Kashmir was getting foreign funds from hawala channels to cause unrest in the Valley. He worked closely with the Pakistan High Commission, the National Investigation Agency has said.
The role of the Pakistan High Commission in supporting the separatists and other networks through transfer of funds via financial conduits and in providing directions to continue the unrest in the Kashmir Valley has also been clearly established the NIA said.