The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday has raided and conducted searches at 9 locations in five districts of the Valley in the NGO terror funding case relating to raising of funds for sponsoring terrorist activities.
As per the news agency-Current News of India, The searches were part of NIA continuing efforts to disrupt and dismantle the terror financing network in Kashmir.
A spokesperson of the NIA said extensive raids were conducted on Tuesday at seven locations in Srinagar, Budgam, Kupwara, Shopian and Pulwama districts, at the premises of Trusts and individuals associated with Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Societies (JKCCS), an NGO involved in raising funds for banned terrorist organisations.
It added that several digital devices and incriminating documents related to financial transactions were seized in today’s searches in the case registered suo moto by the NIA in Delhi on October 8, 2020.
NIA said the case relates to activities of certain NGOs, trusts, societies and organisations involved in collecting funds domestically and abroad, and transferring the same to separatist and terrorist organisations to sustain terrorist and secessionist activities in Kashmir. (CNI)