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NIA action in terror-funding case in Jammu and Kashmir, raids at 15 places

NIA raids in Jammu and Kashmir.

NIA raids in Jammu and Kashmir.

The National Investigation Agency is conducting raids in 7 districts of Jammu and Kashmir (Pulwama) in connection with terror-funding. In the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir (Jammu-Kashmir), raids are being conducted on terrorist organizations and their branches that disturb peace and communal harmony. The National Investigation Agency has conducted search operation at 15 places in 7 districts. According to media reports, the National Investigation Agency has carried out such action to stop the ongoing terrorist funding by Jamaat-e-Islami in Jammu and Kashmir. Officials while talking to the media said that the NIA team is conducting search operation in Gussu, Rajpora, Awantipora and Tral. Along with the officers of the National Investigation Agency, the Jammu and Kashmir Police and a large number of Central Reserve Police Force personnel are also present.

Major action taken earlier in Jammu and Kashmir

The NIA had carried out a similar operation on May 15 as well. In the early hours of Sunday, the National Investigation Agency carried out search operations at several places in Pulwama and Shopian of South Kashmir to investigate the terror funding case. This major action of NIA was done at the residence of some people of terrorist groups working at the behest of Pakistani commanders or their handlers. Also, this case was also related to Terror Funding.

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At the same time, on May 11, in the case of Jamaat-e-Islami and Terror funding, the NIA raided 11 places in Jammu and Kashmir simultaneously. This action was taken in Pulwama, Kupwara, Budgam and Baramulla. The National Investigation Agency had interrogated Abdul Khaliq Regu in Kansipora, Javid Ahmed in Syed Karim and Shoaib Ahmed Chur in Sangri Colony in Baramulla district in connection with the terror conspiracy case.

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