Yasin Malik arrested; Police sends JKLF chief to central jail in Srinagar

Yasin Malik arrested; Police sends JKLF chief to central jail in Srinagar

Yasin Malik arrested; Police sends JKLF chief to central jail in Srinagar

A day after three top Kashmiri separatist leaders said they would court arrest outside National Investigation Agency headquarters in New Delhi on September 9, the NIA on Thursday conducted fresh raids on residences of separatist leaders and traders at 10 locations in Jammu and Kashmir in its ongoing investigation into the militancy and separatist funding in the State.

The NIA raided the residence of Hurriyat leader Aga Hassan in Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir.

The development has come just two days before the separatists had planned the "Delhi Seize" - "Delhi chalo Aandolan" in wake of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) raids in Srinagar and Delhi as part of their terror funding probe.

The separatists made a decision to up the ante after 10 people, including spokespersons of both the factions of Hurriyat Conference and two sons and son-in-law of Geelani, were arrested so far since July by NIA in connection with terror funding in the state.

Meanwhile, sources said that the protesting people have called for a protest on Friday against the harassment by NIA to the Aga family.

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He said during searches, FDs worth over Rs 1 crore, lots of incriminating material, suspect financial records, property-related documents, and electronic devices have been seized.

Qayoom on Wednesday appeared before the NIA in New Delhi. Both are senior leaders of Syed Ali Shah Geelani-led Hurriyat Conference faction. NIA is a carrying out the professional task assigned to them.

The NIA teams also raided the residences Zameer Sheikh and Razzaq Choudhary, both close aides of senior separatist leader Shabir Ahmad Shah, who is in custody of Enforcement Directorate. The J&K police and the CRPF have laid siege around these locations to facilitate smooth raids, the official sources said. He said the offices of the Chartered Accountants of Hawala operator Zahoor Watali and residences of suspect cross-LoC traders were also searched as they were suspected of fuelling secessionist and subversive activities in Kashmir Valley.

During all these months NIA has been acting like notorious character "Gabber Singh" and this agency has so far not only arrested many resistance leaders and businessmen but ruined business and careers of many people.

█ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ Yasin Malik held, Mirwaiz put under house arrest A day ahead of the planned sit-in by the separatists outside the NIA headquarter in Delhi, JKLF chief Yasin Malik was arrested while Hurriyat leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq was put under house arrest.

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