Pakistan-funded terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizbul Mujahideen are spreading drug trade in Jammu and Kashmir and are engaged in raising funds for their dangerous designs. After interrogation of 7 accused arrested in Handwara-Narco Terrorism Case, it has come to light that terrorists of both these organizations have made deep inroads in Jammu and Kashmir and are trying their best to create unrest in this union territory. On June 11 last year, a case was registered against all these accused at the Handwara police station. Now the National Investigation Agency has filed a supplementary charge sheet against them, in which many important things have been said.
It has been told in this chargesheet that all these accused were involved in a deep conspiracy in Jammu and Kashmir. Under this conspiracy, the work of procuring drugs and raising funds for the terrorist organization from different parts of India was involved. All of them were linked to banned terrorist organizations Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizbul Mujahideen. It has been told that this fund is being used to spread terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir through the organization’s over ground works.
The seven people arrested by the police are Shaukat Salaam Parry, Asif Gul, Altaf Ahmed Shah, Romesh Kumar, Mudasseer Ahmed Dar, Amitan Alai and Abdul Rashid. All of them are residents of Jammu and Kashmir. All of them are still in jail. The NIA has filed a charge sheet against all of them in the Special Court. Apart from the NDPS Act, a case has been registered against all of them under sections 120B, 17, 38 and 40 of the Indian Penal Code.
Please tell that Abdul Momin Peer was caught by the police Naka party from near Kairo bridge. Narcotics were found in his car. He was coming from Baramulla to Handwara. During the investigation of Abdul’s car, it was also claimed to have seized Rs 20 lakh in cash and 2 kg of heroin. After further investigation, 15 kg of heroin was recovered from Abdul Momeen Peer. The cost of which was said to be one and a half crores. In this case, the NIA had registered a case on June 26 last year and started investigation in the matter.