Jammu Kashmir The complicity of terrorists and gangsters of Punjab exposed by the chargesheet of SIA

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Highlights

  • Name of JEM commander and 3 gangsters of Punjab surfaced
  • JEM Commander Aashiq Nengru alias Aashiq Maulvi named in the chargesheet
  • 43 lakh rupees were recovered last year

Jammu Kashmir: The State Investigative Agency (SIA) on Tuesday filed a chargesheet against five accused in the terrorism financing case registered last year. This chargesheet has exposed the complicity between the terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed (JEM) and the gangsters of Punjab. The case was registered in November last year following the recovery of Rs 43 lakh from a vehicle headed to Kashmir.

The name of the JEM Commander is in the charge sheet

An SIA official said that in front of the Special Court of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in Jammu, a JEM commander living in Pakistan and 3 gangsters from Punjab were booked under various sections of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, arms law and IPC. Charge sheet was filed. This is the second chargesheet filed by the SIA in the terrorism financing case in the last three months after taking over the probe in January. The official said that the name of JeM Commander Aashiq Nengru alias Aashiq Maulvi is included in the chargesheet. Nengroo is a resident of Hanjan Bala village of Rajpora in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district. Presently he is involved in terrorist activities from across the border.

Rs 43 lakh recovered

The other four accused are Muzammil Ahmed Malik of Pulwama and Ravi Kumar alias Nona, Jaideep Dhawan alias Deep and Amarbir Singh alias Gopi Mahal, residents of Punjab, the SIA official said. The case pertains to the seizure of Rs 43 lakh by the Jammu Police from 3 persons traveling in a passenger taxi towards Kashmir on November 16, 2021 at Siddhara bridge. The original chargesheet was filed on May 14 against two accused, Mouzam Parvez and Umar Farooq. Both are residents of Dalipora village in Pulwama, who had collected cash from Amritsar in Punjab.

“Investigation revealed that accused Parvez and Farooq conspired with Muzammil Malik and accused Nengroo and facilitated access to funds, which were to be distributed to JeM terrorists operating in the Valley to launch terrorist attacks in India,” the official said. was.

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