Four held for taking Pakistani funds to fuel Kashmir unrest

IANSUpdated: Thursday, May 30, 2019, 11:45 AM IST
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Srinagar: Four persons, including two members of a militant organisation, who visited Pakistan recently and received funds to fuel unrest in the Kashmir Valley, have been arrested, the state police said on Wednesday. “Police has arrested four persons, including two active members of a militant organization, who had received money from Pakistan for fuelling and sustaining the present unrest in the Sopore area,” said a police statement. It said that police in Sopore arrested Gowhar Ahmed Bhat, a resident of Mir Sahib in Baramulla, and Hilal Ahmed Gojri, a resident of Syed Karim in Baramulla, both active members of Pakistan-based militant organisation Tehreek-i-Jehad-i-Islami (TJI).–IANS

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