Sia: Terror funding: SIA files chargesheet against Pak-based terrorist handler, 2 others | India News

SRIAGAR: The State Investigation Agency (SIA), Kashmir, on Monday filed a chargesheet against three accused in a terror funding case registered at police station CIK/SIA Kashmir. Those named were Pakistan-based terrorist handler Mohammad Farooq Abdul Aziz, and Srinagar residents Danish Ahmad Koul and Faizan Ishtiyaq Kharadi.
The Srinagar duo — who had been evading arrest for a long time and even had SIA issue lookout circulars against them before subsequently being arrested — was involved in raising funds from Saudi Arabia and Muscat, Oman, as part of a criminal conspiracy plotted with Aziz.
The funds raised on foreign soil were subsequently laundered through banking channels/money exchange and deposited in the bank accounts of the family members of slain/active terrorists for sustaining and boosting terrorist/secessionist activities in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, SIA said in a statement.
The money was chiefly channelised through the accounts of Hamaad Farooq Tramboo, a notorious overground worker, the statement added. Tramboo, against whom a separate chargesheet was already filed in court earlier, is presently facing trial.
After a thorough investigation, SIA Kashmir gathered vital evidence against the accused and filed the chargesheet after allegations were established against them in case FIR No.09/2021 u/s 13,17,18,20,38,39 and 40 of UA(P)A of P/S CIK/SIA Kashmir.

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