Terror Funding Case: Delhi Court Issues Non-Bailable Warrant Against Hafiz Saeed, 3 Others

New Delhi: Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Muhammad Hafiz Saeed was among four people who were issued non-bailable warrants by a Delhi court on Saturday in a terror-funding case.

The court took cognizance of Enforcement Directorate’s money-laundering charges in the Jammu & Kashmir terror-funding case. Warrants were also issued against Kashmiri businessman Zahoor Ahmad Shah Watali, separatist Altaf Ahmad Shah alias Funtoosh and UAE businessman UAE Naval Kishore Kapoor, reported Hindustan Times.

Saeed, the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks 12 years ago, is in Pakistan and is learnt to enjoy the patronage of Inter-Services Intelligence. The other three — Watali, Funtoosh and Kapoor — are in Tihar jail.

“Watali was receiving money from Hafiz Saeed, ISI and Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi, which was further remitted to the Hurriyat leaders, separatists and stone-throwers in the Kashmir valley”, ED’s Special Public Prosecutor Nitesh Rana submitted in the court of Special Judge National Investigation Agency (NIA), Praveen Singh.

Rana further said that Kapoor mobilised funds from unknown sources and remitted the funds to Watali and his company Trison Farms and Construction Pvt Ltd.

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