NIA nabs 9 including 3 Kashmiris with Rs 36.34 cr cash, 4 luxury vehicles


In a major crackdown on terror funding case in Jammu and Kashmir, the National Investigating Agency last night arrested nine persons including three hailing from the Kashmir valley and seized huge amount of Rs 36.34 crores in demonetized currency, which was one of the biggest haul of old notes during past one year. Four luxurious vehicles including two BMWs have been seized from the accused.
Sources told the KNS that the NIA, which has been investigating case related to financing of terrorist and separatist activities in the Kashmir valley in which number of top separatists and businessmen have been arrested, developed specific inputs that the financers of unrest in the Valley with the help of their associates from other States were in possession of cash running into crores and were trying to legalize it through different modes.
Last night, the NIA team intercepted the gang members at Jai Singh Road near Connaught Place, New Delhi and arrested six of them along with huge cash in demonetized currency. They were subjected to sustained interrogation during which they also disclosed names of their three more associates, who were also apprehended in no time.