During interrogation in Delhi, the three hawala operatives have disclosed that the money is delivered to several leaders in Jammu & Kashmir to further give it to local politicians to stage violent protests and create law and order problems. Also, terrorist organizations are being delivered money through a Delhi-based hawala dealer.
The accused have also disclosed that money is being sent every two months through hawala. As per their disclosure, approximately Rs 20 lakh is sent every month, over one crore every year. This money is given to conduits here in Delhi by the Delhi-based dealer and then it goes to Jammu & Kashmir, said the officer.
On Sunday, a joint team of Srinagar police and Delhi Polices special cell had arrested advocate Ghulam Mohammad Bhat, Farooq Ahmad Dagga and Ghulam Jeelani Leelu in Srinagar and recovered Rs 21 lakh from them which they smuggled from Delhi. Officials said they have identified the Delhi-based hawala dealer and he would be arrested soon. ISI sends money through hawala dealers based in Pakistan to Delhi. Some money is also sent by crossing the border, said the source.
New Delhi: Two men have accused an inspector of Shalimar Bagh police station of beating them up in an inebriated state when they went there to lodge acomplaint on Thursday night.
The incident occurred around 11 pm Deepak and Ravi both residents of Shalimar Bagh went to the local police station to lodge a complaint against each other. Ravi told cops Deepak had taken his mobile phone two days ago and was not returning it. While they were arguing, inspector Kunwar Singh Yadav intervened and started beating up Deepak. After a while, he also allegedly beat up Ravi. Deepaks brother Karan said: He punched my brother and beat him up with a stick. He was drunk and after a while he left the police station. The cops present did not even bother to take my brother for a medical test.
DCP North West Meenu Chaudhary refuted the charges. There was a complaint from one Ravi that his mobile had been snatched by a youth whom he had seen. A police team went to the snatcher, Ravis house to arrest him. But his family alleged that the inspector had beaten him. Our inspector never misbehaved with the youths and he was not drunk. TNN