The National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted raids at multiple locations, in Jammu and Kashmir. The raids were carried out in connection with terror funding cases in the union territory, confirmed sources. Moreover, searches were underway at the houses of suspects in Kulgam, Pulwama, Anantnag and Shopian. Enforcement Directorate raided the houses of Hurriyat leader Qazi Yasir and Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement chairman Zaffar Bhat… read-more
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
Activists of the Popular Front of India (PFI) staged protests across Kerala against the raids carried out in their organisation's offices, houses of leaders and other premises by multi-agencies. Notably, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted raids for allegedly supporting terror activities in the country and detained many activists. To protest PFI called for a dawn-to-dusk hartal in the southern state to protest against the… read-more
Courtesy: Press Trust of India
State Investigation Agency (SIA) conducted a raid in Bhatindi region of Jammu and Kashmir. Carried out on September 21, the raids were in connection with the terror funding case. Notably, the Jammu and Kashmir Police and security forces carried out raids. The carried-out raids are underway. This is a developing story, more details are awaited.
Yasin Malik who is currently serving a life sentence in a terror funding case, has been admitted to Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) hospital on July 27. He was admitted after a fluctuation was recorded in his blood pressure, as a result of a hunger strike he staged from July 26. Malik is the chief of the banned Jammu & Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) and is lodged in a high-… read-more
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
In an ongoing terror funding case, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted searches at multiple locations in J&K's Baramulla district, on June 15. According to NIA, the raids were conducted at places where suspects are said to have misused the money generated from cross-LOC trade for fomenting terrorism in J&K. Reportedly, the premises of the suspects were searched with the help of Kashmir police and CRPF officials.
Illegal activities like terror funding and money laundering have become rampant in the era of cryptocurrency. “Pattern and sources of financing have undergone a massive shift due to pandemic-related stress. This has made it very difficult for authorities to track... inflow of money,” said BK Singh, a retired Joint Commissioner, Delhi Police. IMF stressed the dangers of such activities taking place that may adversely affect countries.
Courtesy: The Economic Times
The brain behind the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks and Lashkar-e-Toiba leader Zaki-ur-Rehman has been arrested by Pakistani officials. Reportedly, he was arrested for terror financing charges. Known for his terrorist involvements in the past, he was titled as a 'global terrorist' by the UN in 2008 after the 26/11 attack. Despite efforts to curb terror financing, Pakistan is still under terror-financing watchdog Financial Action Task Force's (… read-more
Courtesy: Zee News