Pak national among 3 named in NIA’s charge sheet against FIF
The National Investigation Agency has filed a charge sheet against three persons – Mohammad Salman, Mohammad Salim and Mohammad Kamran (absconding), all three of them are known to be native Pakistan – in a case related to Falah-i-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF).
The NIA said, it was found that FIF chief Hafiz Saeed and his deputy Shahid Mahmood hatched a conspiracy in 2012 to create sleeper cells and logistic base in Delhi and Haryana under the garb of religious work such as construction of mosques, madrasa education, financial assistance for marriage of poor Muslim girls, and so on.
In pursuance of this conspiracy, Mahmood tasked his associate Mohammad Kamran, a Pakistani national based at Dubai, for re-routing funds from Pakistan to Dubai and further to India through hawala channels. Kamran was further tasked to identify “religious minded Indian Muslims who could be given this fund in the name of construction of the mosque, education in Madrasa, the marriage of Muslims girls, medical assistance” to create its bases, the NIA said
The NIA stated, Kamran identified a few Indians in Dubai including Mohammad Salman for this purpose. He started transferring a large number of funds through hawala in the name of religious work. Construction of mosque Khulfa-e-Rashideen in Uttawar, Palwal in Haryana. Salman received a huge number of funds from Kamran.
Further investigation is underway against the accused persons under section 173(8) of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC).
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