NIA raids six NGOs and Trusts in Jammu-Kashmir in terror funding case
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) team has raided various places in Srinagar and Delhi in the Terror funding case. It also includes the property of Zafarul-Islam Khan.
New Delhi: A raid by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) is continuing in Jammu and Kashmir for promoting terrorism and separatism and terror funding. In this episode, ie on Thursday morning, once again the NIA team has raided all the places in Srinagar and Delhi. It also includes the property of former Delhi Minorities Commission chief Zafarul-Islam Khan.
NIA team raids:
For information, let us tell you that yesterday, on Wednesday also, the team of the National Investigation Agency conducted raids in various places in Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar, Bandipora, Budgam and Bangalore. The team raided a total of ten locations of non-government organizations and trusts on Wednesday morning. It also included the offices of Khurram Parvez, NGO Athrout and Greater Kashmir Trust.
Raid on NGOs:
The NIA team raided the office of the local newspaper Greater Kashmir Trust, Khurram Parvez in Sonwar and the office and residence of HB NG Booth Nehru Park area in Sonwar yesterday. The NIA team was also accompanied by police and CRPF teams. Let us know that the NIA has been investigating the case for the past several days. The action was taken on the basis of all the clues that went into the investigation.
What is the charge against NGOs and trusts?
According to the information received, the non-governmental organizations and trusts that the NIA team has raided, are accused of taking money from the country and abroad in the name of charitable activities and using these money in Jammu and Kashmir To promote and finance terrorism and separatism.
According to the information, the six NGOs raided by the NIA include Charity Alliance, JK Yatim Foundation, Human Welfare Foundation, J&K Voice of Victims, Falah-e-Aam Trust and Salvation Movement. Of these, two NGOs Charity Alliance and Human Welfare Foundation are based in Delhi and the other four are in Srinagar.