ATS Maharashtra Reaches Kashmir To Probe Funding Case

SRINAGAR: The Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) of Maharashtra reached Kashmir on Monday to investigate a Maharashtra resident Junaid Mohammad’s links with the militant organisation Jaish-e-Mohammad, reported Daily Excelsior.

The ATS visit came after it was revealed that three of Junaid’s handlers – Hamidulla Zargar of Kulgam, Aftab Shah of Kishtwar and Umar – who are presently on the run, hailed from Jammu and Kashmir, said the report.

Junaid, 28, was arrested from the house of his relative in Dapodi area of Pune on May 24.

A native of Khamgaon Taluka in the Buldhana district of Maharashtra, he was arrested for his alleged role in a “terror funding case”, reported Daily Excelsior.

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