ational Investigation Agency’s (NIA) chargesheet against Kashmiri separatists has made a massive allegation against Pakistani embassy officials.
In the chargesheet, NIA has said that senior Pakistani embassy officials provided money to Kashmiri separatists to foment trouble in the Kashmir valley.
The NIA charge-sheet claims to have blown the cover of separatist leaders.
Sources in the NIA confirm that, Pakistani officials have been not only openly inviting separatist leaders but also providing funds to the them for spreading terror in the valley.
A top source said,”Several meetings between these officials and separatist leaders took place.The common link was the arrested businessman Zahoor Watali, an affluent cross border trader with political ties.”
Watali who is named as accused number 10 in the chargesheet created several companies to route money from Pakistan via Dubai.
These companies would make fraudulent transactions and route money which eventually funded terror activities in Jammu and Kashmir.
Though NIA did not name any Pakistan official, the modus operandi of separatist have been exposed, said a top officer.
The NIA on Thursday named Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed as the mastermind in Kashmir terror funding. Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin has also been chargesheeted along with 10 other accused.
NIA Chargesheet of over 12000 pages deciphers the terror funding in Kashmir Valley. While the masterminds Saeed and Salahuddin remain out of reach of the investigators as they are in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, the 10 accused arrested by NIA include 7 Separatist, 1 Businessman and 2 stonepelters who are currently in Tihar Jail.