The case was opened in July 2020 by the police’s Counter Intelligence Kashmir (CIK) unit. The ED team is also looking into the subject of terrorist funding.
Many locations in Srinagar were raided by the ED (Enforcement Directorate) about the sale of MBBS seats in Pakistan to J&K students. The ED team visited the residences of three people in this instance on Thursday, according to sources. These locations have yielded some records.
The case was opened in July 2020 by the police’s Counter Intelligence Kashmir (CIK) unit. There have been allegations that some Hurriyat leaders and others have sold seats in Pakistan for MBBS and other professional programmes in collusion with various educational counselling centres.
The investigation agency registered the case and made four arrests in August. Under questioning, he divulged the names of two individuals who were seated in Pakistan and PoJK. Following this, the police filed a complaint against nine individuals, including a South Kashmir-based attorney and leader of the Salvation Front and Hurriyat, Mohammad Akbar Bhat alias Zafar Bhat.
According to the officials, the inquiry also revealed that some terrorist and separatist organisations received the funds gathered under the guise of admission to wage war against the nation. This was revealed by the police’s Counter Intelligence Kashmir (CID) unit.