Foreign currency seized as NIA continues searches in Kashmir, NCR

New Delhi:The National Investigation Agency (NIA) probing the funding of subversive activities in Kashmir on Sunday conducted fresh raids at the residences of separatist leaders and other locations in Jammu and Kashmir and seized foreign currency.
An NIA spokesman in Delhi said in continuation of Saturday's searches at multiple locations in Kashmir, Delhi and Haryana, the NIA launched fresh searches on Sunday at locations belonging to secessionist and separatist leaders and traders, suspected of hawala activities and terror funding in Jammu and Kashmir.


Hawala money trail leads to arrest of suspected ISI agent from Surat

New Delhi:The Gujarat Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) has detained a suspected ISI agent from Surat, who had connection with two ISI suspects recently arrested by Uttar Pradesh ATS from Mumbai. Sources said, phone call details of the detained suspect had indicated links with two hawala operators.
Gujarat ATS was verifying whether the Surat-based man was actually involved in espionage activities or just business dealings with the suspected ISI agents. Surat-based person had transferred money into bank accounts of the two arrested ISI suspects.


Post-surgical strike, infiltration in valley down by 45 percent: Rajnath

New Delhi:Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday assured that government will put an end to Pakistan-sponsored terrorism and ensure peace in Jammu and Kashmir. Addressing a press conference in New Delhi on the achievements of his Ministry during last three years, Singh said, 368 terrorists were killed between 2014 and 2017. He said, the incidents of infiltration from Pakistan have come down by 45 per cent after surgical strike in September last year.


NIA raids Hurriyat leaders for terror funds; Rs 1.5 crore recovered

New Delhi:The Centre on Saturday kept pressure on tracking source of terror funds which is fomenting violence in Kashmir valley. The National Investigation Agency, NIA on Saturday carried out searches at 23 locations in Kashmir, Delhi and Haryana in connection with terror funding in the Kashmir Valley. 
The NIA, which had earlier registered a Preliminary Enquiry, converted it into a regular case last evening and began searches in the wee hours. An official source said, around eight hawala dealers and traders in the national capital were raided, besides two in Sonepat, Haryana.