- NIA detectives were searching the home of Ubaid Ahamad, son of Ghulam Qadir Vaid, R/0 Magray Mohalla Achabal.
- Teams from the NIA searched the homes of Ghulam Mohammad Bhat, son of Ab. Khalil Bhat, who lives in Chermarg Zainapora in Shopian
Officials say that the National Investigation Agency raided several places in Kashmir on Tuesday in connection with cases of funding for terrorism.
Official sources say that the NIA and the Jammu and Kashmir police and CRPF worked together to carry out raids in the districts of Srinagar, Pulwama, Shopian, Kulgam, and Anantnag in the valley.
In Srinagar, detectives from the National Investigation Agency searched the home of Juanid Ahmad Teli, son of Abdul Rashid Teli, who lived with his brother at Slafiya Masjid Iqbal Colony 90 Feet road Soura. Juanid’s real home was in Yaripora Kulgam. During this raid, the team is said to have taken a cell phone.
The investigating agency went to the homes of Zeeshan Altaf, son of Mohammad Altaf Bhat in Nillora, and Arif Malik, son of Ghulam Hussan Malik in Litter.
In Kulgam, the agency searched the homes of Altaf Ahmad Wagay, a milkman, at Yaripora, Farooq Ahmad Dar, a farmer, at Hanger, and Ashraf Ahmad Sheikh, the brother of slain commander Abass Sheikh, at Rampora.
NIA detectives were searching the home of Ubaid Ahamad, son of Ghulam Qadir Vaid, R/0 Magray Mohalla Achabal.
Teams from the NIA searched the homes of Ghulam Mohammad Bhat, son of Ab. Khalil Bhat, who lives in Chermarg Zainapora in Shopian, and Abdul Kabir Dar, son of Abdul Khaliq Dar, who lives in Wachi Zainapora.
Officials say that the raids are part of the investigation into how terrorist groups get money. (Agencies)