The National Investigation Agency raided the regions of Srinagar’s Parimpora Fruit Mandi and the residence of a cross-Line of Control (LoC) dealer in Pulwama, Kashmir on Tuesday.
A crew examined the residence of Ghulam Ahmad Wani at Pulwama, the police official said. He was connected amidst the now-halted cross-LoC trade in Jammu and Kashmir. The NIA team also combed the Parimpora Fruit Mandi, the main commercial market in the city.
The Ministry of Home Affairs rejected the trade indicating “funnelling of illegal weapons, drugs and fake currency” as reasons on April 18 this year.
The judgment followed the examinations held by the NIA, which proposed an important amount of trading firms involved in cross-LoC trade were being managed by people closely connected with prevented terrorist groups.Share this to your,