ED Filed Charge Sheet Against Hafiz And His Four Accomplices Accused Of Mumbai Attacks, Sending Funds To India Through Hawala
The ED on Thursday filed a charge sheet in the case of sending illegal funds to India through terrorist Hafiz Saeed and his foundation. – File Photo
- ED’s charge sheet included Shahid Mehmood, Mohammad Salman, Dubai fund manager Mohammad Kamran, and Delhi’s hawala operator Mohammad Salim
- All accused of involvement in money laundering through Hafiz’s organization Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Thursday filed a charge sheet against Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Hafiz Saeed in the money laundering case. This includes Hafiz’s partner Shahid Mehmood, Mohammad Salman, Mohammad Kamran, who works as a fund manager in Dubai, and Delhi hawala operator Mohammad Salim alias Mama. All are accused of involvement in money laundering through Hafiz’s organization Falah-e-Insaniyat (FIF) Foundation.
The ED had registered a case of money laundering in 2018 on the basis of a charge sheet filed by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) against all the accused. According to officials, during investigation, it was found that funds were first sent to India from Pakistan via Dubai. The hawala network was used for this.
Documents related to illegal transaction of Rs.
According to the ED, Kamran and his companions Abdul Aziz Behlmi and Arif Ghulam Bashir were sending money from Dharmapuria Dubai to Salman. The ED had also found several documents related to the involvement of money transactions from Salman’s house. Along with this, an email was also received asking to send money through hawala. Salman used to use the money from abroad to build mosques in Uttawar, Haryana and get poor girls married.
ED confiscated assets of accused
The ED has also unearthed assets worth Rs 4.69 crore collected through hawala. Along with this, accused Salman has also been found to have three immovable properties in New Delhi. The value of these fixed assets is around Rs 73.12 lakh. Have been seized by the ED. Salman and Salim are currently in judicial custody.