According to authorities, Yasin would get funding from his contacts abroad and also route them to terror organisations running in Jammu as well as Kashmir.

A male charged of routing cash for fear activities with hawala channels has actually been apprehended in a joint operation by Delhi Cops and also Jammu as well as Kashmir cops.

According to HGS Dhaliwal, unique Commissioner of Police of the Delhi Cops Special Cell, the male directed cash to terrorist organisations Lashkar-e-Taiba as well as Al-Badr.

According to police, this cash sent out through hawala channels was used for terrorist activities in Kashmir.

The implicated, Mohammed Yasin, had been living in Delhi’s Turkman Gate area as well as has a garment organization. Authorities stated he had sent out around 10 lakh rupees to a terror operative in Kashmir, determined as Abdul Hamid Mir, last week. Jammu and Kashmir police registered an instance in this connection and jailed Mir. Following his questioning, Yasin was tracked down as well as jailed. Cash money worth 7 lakh and a smart phone were recuperated from him, police stated.

According to cops, Yasin worked as a hawala money channel. He would certainly obtain financing from his get in touches with abroad and afterwards route these funds to fear organisations operating in Jammu and Kashmir.

During questioning, he stated hawala money is being directed from South Africa to Gujarat’s Surat as well as Mumbai, according to authorities. Authorities said Yasin was an essential web link in this hawala distribute.

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Last Updated: 20 August 2022