New Delhi, Sep 6: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted raids at 11 locations in Srinagar and 5 locations in Delhi in connection with its ongoing probe into the terror funding case.
Those raided include alleged Hawala dealers in Delhi and businessmen involved in cross-border trade in Jammu and Kashmir.
“We have got fresh leads that suggest that the cross-Line of Control trade between Jammu and Kashmir and Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir has become a major source of funding of separatist and violent activities in the Valley,” NIA chief Sharad Kumar said.
Two stone pelters Kamran Yusuf and Javid Ahmed Bhat were arrested from Pulwama and Kulgam districts.
The raids are being conducted on the houses and business premises of some cross LoC traders and youths involved in stone pelting.
NIA raids at 11 locations in Srinagar and 5 locations in Delhi, in J&K terror funding case. (Visuals from Srinagar) pic.twitter.com/7J4WdAfota
— ANI (@ANI) September 6, 2017