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Aslam Wani, close aide of Kashmiri separatist Shabir Shah, sent to judicial custody till in PMLA case
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Kashmiri separatist case: Mohammad Aslam Wani sent to jail til...

Wani was arrested in connection with a money laundering case involving separatist Shabir Shah Business Standard, 1 day ago
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Delhi court extends ED remand of Shabir Shah's close aide

A Delhi Court on Monday extended Enforcement Directorate?s (ED) remand of Mohammad Aslam Wani, close aide of separatist Shabir Shah and an alleged hawala dealer by six days in the terror funding case.
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Terror funding: 'Hawala dealer' in judicial custody till Aug 31

Allowing an Enforcement Directorate (ED) plea, a Delhi court has sent suspected hawala dealer Mohammad Aslam Wani in to judicial custody till August 31. Wani was arrested in connection with a decade-old money laundering case, involving Kashmiri separatist ...
 DNA1 day ago PMLA case: Aslam Wani's ED custody extended by 6 days  DNA1 week ago
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Separatist leader Shabir Shah arrested for terror funding

Kashmiri separatist leader Shabir Shah was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate on tuesday in connection with over a decade-old money laundering case against him for alleged terror financing. Officials said Shah was arrested in Srinagar and is expected to be brought to Delhi on Wednesday. He would be produced in a court in New Delhi. The Enforcement Directorate had issued multiple summons to Shah, but he never deposed before the central investigating agency. A Delhi court had earlier this ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Money laundering case: Non-bailable warrant issued against Kashmiri separatist leader Shabir Shah  DNA1 month ago ED issues fresh summons to separatist leader Shabir Shah  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Human shield incident has brought rights record to new low

The group of 22, comprising former high court judge Shabir Hasnain Masoodi and former chairman of Public Service Commission Mohammad Shafi Pandit, lashed out at the silence of state government and in particular Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on the issue.
 DNA2 months ago
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Pak HC provided money for Separatists through Watali: NIA sources

[India], August 18 (ANI): Zahoor Ahmad Watali, who has been sent to custody for 10 days on Friday, used to get the money for Separatists through Dubai, Pakistan and even Pakistan High Commission in India and worked as a conduit for Separatists from over 10 ...
 Sify3 days ago
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NIA indicates more arrests in terror funding case

After Kashmiri businessman Zahoor Ahmed Wattali was sent to a 10-day National Investigation Agency (NIA) remand in connection with the terror funding case on 18 August, the Agency has indicated that there will be more arrests in this regard. NIA officials ...
 catchnews.com3 days ago Terror funding case: NIA arrests Kashmiri businessman Zahoor Watali  catchnews.com3 days ago

Separatists hit out at J&K govt for 'preventing' them to hold

The separatists camp in Jammu and Kashmir today hit out at the PDP-BJP state government for preventing them from holding a meeting by putting them under house arrest, saying it was doing this at the "bidding of its masters in New Delhi". While hardline ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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