New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has finally established that Pakistan High Commission is supporting the separatists and creating unrest in the Kashmir valley through the transfer of funds.
The investigation agency has confirmed it in a 3000-page supplementary charge sheet filed before a Delhi court on Friday against Jammu and kashmir Liberation Frint (JKLF) chief Yasin Malik and four other Kahsmiri separatists in connection with Jammu and Kashmir terror funding case.
“Role of Pakistan High Commission in supporting the separatist and other networks through the transfer of funds via financial conduits and in providing directions to continue the unrest in the Kashmir valley has also been clearly established,” the agency said in an official statement.
The NIA alleged that the five accused carried out “criminal conspiracy and waged war against the government by carrying out terrorist and secessionist activities” in the region. The agency also asserted that various Hurriyat leaders, terrorists, and stone-pelters carried out terrorist attacks and orchestrated violence.
The agency revealed, “a well-planned criminal conspiracy hatched with the active support, connivance and funding from Pakistani agencies and terrorist organisations to achieve their nefarious objective of securing secession of the State of Jammu and Kashmir from India.”
The NIA has claimed that various incriminating chats and emails were recovered from the email accounts of Yasin Malik and Shabir Shah wherein the “description of receipt of funds from Pakistan and various other countries” were revealed.