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Terror funding module busted, one arrested from Jammu, another from Delhi
8/19/2022 11:13:29 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Aug 19: A module involved in funding terror groups active in Jammu and Kashmir was jointly busted by Jammu and Kashmir Police and Delhi Police with the assistance of intelligence agencies.
While one member of this syndicate was arrested by J&K Police on Thursday from Jammu Bus Stand while the kingpin of this module was nabbed by Delhi Police from Meena Bazaar, Delhi. The accused arrested by Meena Bazaar Delhi was disguised as a “garment trader” and receiving Hawala money from abroad to distribute the same among the terrorists of Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) and Al-Badr outfits active in Jammu and Kashmir.
Identified as Mohammad Yaseen, 48, the accused was arrested in a joint operation with the Jammu and Kashmir Police, Delhi Police, and central agencies.
According to the reports, the arrested Mohammed Yaseen operated as a hawala agent and executed the hawala transactions of various terror organizations. He is a resident of Turkman Gate, Delhi, and was arrested from there on Friday.
According to police, a terror operation arrested by Jammu Police from General Bus Stand in Jammu on Thursday along with Rs 10 lakh hawala money, has revealed garment trader’s name in funding terror groups.
Identified as Abdul Hameed, Mir, 45, son of Gulam Joo, a resident of village Gutrian, Mohalla Khwaza under the jurisdiction of Poonch Police Station, the terror operative was taking the Hawala consignment to Poonch for disbursement among terror operatives to boost terror activities in the twin border districts of Rajouri and Poonch besides Kashmir.
During questioning, Mir disclosed that a Delhi-based “garment trader” Mohammad Yaseen has given him the cash in New Delhi.
Sources said that within no time after Mir disclosed Yaseen’s name in the Hawala money module, J&K Police sounded their counterparts in New Delhi about the whereabouts of Yaseen, who appeared to be a terror operative for funding terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.
Abdul Hameed Mir has been booked under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UPAP) at Bus Stand Police Station.
According to police, Mohammad Yaseen was receiving funds from abroad through Hawala and distributing the same among terror groups. He has given Rs 10 lakh to Mir for further use in terrorist activities in J&K.
Furthermore, the officials revealed that the money illegally funded from overseas sources was used to finance terror-related activities in the Valley.
The accused was operating from Meena Bazar, Delhi, under cover of being a “garment trader”. As a conduit, he received money from overseas sources and delivered it to terror operatives in the Valley. The hawala money was being sent through South Africa to Surat and Mumbai in India.
According to police, Yaseen is an important link for transporting funds from different parts of India to J&K. Recently, he has received Rs. 24 lakh sent via Hawala from South Africa, out of which he transferred Rs 17 lakh through two different couriers to terror operatives in J&K.
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