"No evidence of terror funding or financial aid to stone pelters has been found in that case".
Shah, popularly known as Altaf Fantoosh, was questioned at the NIA headquarters for over six hours over the alleged funding of Geelani-led Tehrek-e-Hurriyat, an NIA official had said. They have also been accused of funding the unrest in the Kashmir Valley.
The case relating to past year involved a probe into 17 bank accounts involving transactions to the tune of Rs 38 crore.
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The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Thursday issued a show cause notice to Hurriyat Conference leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, asking him to explain the source of $10,000 (Rs 6,46,605) "illegally" possessed by him in 2002. Since past year, sleuths tallied on dates on which money was withdrawn from these accounts with stone-pelting or road blockades incidents in Kashmir Valley and conducted probes with these account holders, people connected to them and bank officials to probe the source of funds. Nothing suspicious, sources said, has been found till date.
The probe being carried on since a year was based on an input provided by the Army that some bank accounts had transactions and withdrawals that coincided with stone pelting in the Valley, the report added. The government suspected that these funds were coming from across the border and were being transferred to stone-pelters through suspect bank accounts linked to separatists or terrorists. This account received Rs 18 lakh over a period of three months, and was closed within four months after the entire amount was withdrawn in various instalments.
"That is why the PE (preliminary enquiry) was never converted to an FIR", an NIA officer said.
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These leaders are to be interrogated by the NIA in the national capital over their alleged involvement in receiving funds from Pakistan to sponsor unrest in the Kashmir Valley.
On Monday, a resolution read out by the Mirwaiz while addressing an Eid congregation through phone after he was placed under house arrest and subsequently passed amid pro-azadi slogans had termed the NIA raids on the houses of separatist leaders and activists and a few Kashmiri businessmen as "illegal". Sources confirmed that they were brought to Delhi on Tuesday night and are being questioned at the headquarters here.
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