New Delhi : The Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) on Saturday raided a number of places throughout Jammu and Kashmir as a part of its crackdown on the proscribed Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) in a terror funding case.
In a press release, issued to the information company a spokesperson stated that the NIA groups swooped down on the premises of varied suspects at 5 places in Srinagar, three in Budgam, two in Kulgam, one in Anantnag and 4 in Jammu.
The assertion reads that incriminating paperwork and digital units related with the actions of JeI and its associated Trusts in J&Okay have been seized through the in depth searches, which additionally led to the restoration of over 20 lakh rupees in money.
“NIA investigations within the case, registered on fifth February 2021, have up to now revealed that JeI and its members have continued to advertise terrorist and secessionist actions in J&Okay even after the outfit was proscribed underneath UA(P) Act in February 2019. Operatives of the banned organisation had been accumulating funds by means of donations from inside India and overseas,” it reads.
It reads that the funds have been collected primarily within the type of Zakat, Mowda and Bait-ul-Mal, purported to advertise charity and different welfare actions, reminiscent of well being and schooling, however have been as an alternative getting used for finishing up violent and secessionist actions, as per NIA investigations.
“It was additional discovered that the funds raised by JeI have been additionally being channelled to different proscribed terrorist organisations, reminiscent of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen (HM), Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and so forth, by means of effectively organised networks of JeI cadres. JeI was additionally engaged in motivating impressionable youth and recruiting new members (Rukuns) in J&Okay to additional its nefarious and secessionist actions,” it stated.
It added that the NIA had earlier chargesheeted 4 accused individuals within the case, by which investigations are persevering with—(KNO)
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