SIA files chargesheet against former J&K minister, 2 others in terror funding case

Jammu: The State Investigating Agency on Saturday filed chargesheet against former Jammu and Kashmir Minister Jatinder Singh alias Babu Singh, Mohd Shareef Shah, resident of Larnoo Anantnag and Mohd. Hussain Khateeb, resident of Bhaderwah, Doda (at present somewhere in Pakistan) in terror funding case.
The case was transferred to SIA by Police Headquarters J&K) with the request to the Court to file a supplementary chargesheet in near future.
Mohd Shareef Shah was arrested by Jammu Police along with terror fund amounting to Rs.6,90,000/- which was meant for Jatinder Singh alias Babu Singh and was intended to be used for the anti-national activities of his party namely “Nature Mankind Friendly Global Party”.
Singh was in touch with the terrorists of Hizb-Ul-Mujahideen outfit (a proscribed terror organization) and separatists of JKLF (an unlawful association).
These inimical entities had sent this terror fund from Pakistan through their associates for Babu Singh’s party.
The vision document of this party floated by accused Babu Singh was to make J&K, PoK and Gilgit Baltistan as one independent country by making a condominium of Pakistan and India, for having joint control over currency, external affairs and finance.
In the investigation it has been revealed that Babu Singh was in contact with Mohd. Hussain Khateeb over encrypted social media applications and had clandestinely visited Dubai for arranging funds.
Anti-national and inflammatory content has also been recovered by SIA from the mobile phone of Babu Singh which establishes his intention to damage and threaten the unity, integrity and sovereignty of India, said the official spokesman.

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