NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate on Wednesday mentioned it has hooked up immovable property and financial institution deposits value Rs 5 crore as a part of an investigation in opposition to some Jammu and Kashmir-based operatives who channelled funds for terrorist actions and stone pelting.
Seven immovable property and two financial institution accounts have been provisionally hooked up below the Prevention of Cash Laundering Act (PMLA). They belong to separatist organisation Salvation Entrance’s chief Mohd Akbar Bhat, Fatima Shah, Qazi Yasir, Mohammad Abdullah Shah and Iqbal Mir, the ED mentioned in an announcement.
The cash laundering case stems from Jammu and Kashmir Police FIR and a cost sheet it filed in opposition to Akbar Bhat, Fatima Shah, Altaf Ahmad Bhat, Qazi Yasir, Syed Khalid Geelani alias Khalid Andrabi and others on prices of being “hand-in-glove with some Pakistan-based handlers who organized admissions in MBBS and different programs in Pakistani schools for J&Ok college students”.
Every scholar was charged about Rs 10-15 lakh for a seat, it mentioned.
The ED mentioned the probe discovered that the cash was obtained within the private accounts of the accused in addition to the accounts of Al-Jabar Belief, which was meant for charitable functions.
“These accounts have been used for the aim of receiving funds from the scholars and additional ploughed (ploughing) into terrorist actions in India in varied methods reminiscent of distributing cash to stone pelters, offering cash to the terrorists primarily based in J&Ok on the directions of Pakistan handlers reminiscent of Manzoor Ahmad Shah, Altaf Ahmad Bhat and many others.,” the company mentioned.
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