INDIA: An alleged garment trader, Mohammad Yaseen is booked under the joint operation of police from Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir along with other investigating agencies.
He was actively functioning hawala money to terror outfits like Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Al Badr Yaseen is a 48 years old Muslim, resident of Turkman Gate, Delhi. In an interrogation process, the alleged trader spoke of how the hawala money was transferred to India via South Africa and collected in Surat and Mumbai. He was a key link in this hawala syndicate.
According to HGS Dhaliwal, Special Commissioner of Police of the Delhi Police Special Cell, the trader helped the terror groups to run smoothly. Yasin worked as a hawala money channel. He use to receive funding from his contacts from overseas and then route these funds to terror organisations, which are operating in Jammu and Kashmir.
According to the cops, hard cash worth Rs 7 lakh and a mobile phone were recovered from him. In the past week, Mohammad effectively sent rupees 10 lakh to a terror operative organisation in Kashmir, the identified person is named Abdul Hamid Mir. The Jammu and Kashmir police logged a case in connection to the case and arrested Mir.
This is a huge concern for the entire Nation, as leads are coming one after another. Terror groups are sprouting in huge numbers. Currently, Mumbai is under red alert as anonymous threat messages have been received in connection to attacks.
Last week, a yacht carrying three AK-47 rifles, ammunition and explosives was seized in Maharashtra’s Raigad district. The seized items include some sensitive documents along with a life jacket. This is a hint, to stay more conscious and preconscious because something uncertain and dangerous may be on the horizon.