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Jamaat-e-Islami-related literature seized during Jammu police raids on Geelani sympathizers

On May 5, Jammu and Kashmir police carried out early morning raids on the premises of two supporters of deceased Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani in a case filed in 2007. The case concerned FIR Mo. 01/ 2007 registered U/Ss 124-A, 147 RPC from PS City Jammu after objectionable and sensitive slogans were shouted during Sayeed Ali Shah Geelani’s visit in 2007.

SSP Jammu Chandan Kohli, while sharing details, said, “After search warrants were issued by the Judicial Magistrate, special teams from Jammu Police conducted raids on the houses of these two accused persons wanted in 2007. in Dalpatia Mohalla, Sunjawan and khadika talab. A new case at Peer Mitha Police Station 27/2022 U/S 10,13 and 39 UAPA has been registered for the recovery of incriminating material related to a banned organization and further investigation and legal action is ongoing.

The investigation and legal proceedings of this case were continuing with two defendants namely Rayees Ahmed Malik of Dalpatia Mohalla Jammu and Mohd Sharif Sartaj of Bhallesa Doda, currently Khatikan Talab Jammu, escaping arrest. The premises of the duo’s house were searched by police teams in the presence of the executive magistrate during which several sensitive documents and incriminating evidence were recovered.

The raids were carried out by teams of North and South zone officers Rakesh Kumar SHO City, Sharad Kalu, SDPO North Jammu, Rahul Nagar SDPO West, Sachit Sharma, SDPO South under the supervision of Mamta Sharma SP South and Kulbir Handa SP North Jammu.

Pakistan Angle emerged

Police have collected medical admission forms from institutions in Pakistan. Earlier in January this year, the State Investigation Agency investigation revealed how Hurriyat leaders duped medical and engineering aspirants on behalf of headquarters in Pakistan. The SIA has named several separatists for selling MBBS seats in Pakistan to students from Kashmir and using the money to spread unrest in the union territory.

“During the investigation, it also came to light that the students/parents were duped by the accused. They were forced to travel to Pakistan for admission to MBBS, however, [they] would become hopeless after discovering that their admission letters were fake. Circumstances were created in which parents/students were put in a state of absolute discouragement in order to demand additional money to be either transferred by bank transfer or handed over to the person of their choice in Kashmir,” said declared SIA in its roadmap.

The indictment also added: ”This money accumulated as part of a well-knit conspiracy/secrecy would land in the hands of active terrorists, families of slain militants and rock diggers through certain Hurriyat leaders and their associates to continue terrorist/secessionist activities in Jammu. and Kashmir.

The material seized also includes Jamaat-e-Islami (prohibited organization) literature linked to the Doda region, a report concerning a person, namely Abdul Rehman, a Pakistani national who traveled to the region and was later expelled , literature related to the Jammu and Kashmir freedom movement, a telephone log containing Pakistani numbers, a cash register relating to various accounts, an identity card relating to Iran, photographs with leaders of the Jamaat- e-Islami encountering notices regarding freedom movement in Jammu and Kashmir and freedom movement stamps in Jammu and Kashmir.

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