The National Investigation Agency which also includes one DIG level officer and two SP level officers are in Srinagar to enquire about terror funding on Monday.
On Sunday, NIA with the help of security forces have found that the current unrest in Kashmir and various other incidents in the last few months. They have connected to suspicious transfers to bank accounts of local residents.
The NIA also said that these incidents were believed to be fuelled by money placed and siphoned off from bank accounts of Kashmiris in the region.
Several bank accounts have come under NIA scrutiny for sudden inflow and outflow of huge funds. Also, it is believed that constant flow of money in these accounts from across the border has kept the unrest alive in the Valley.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday IANS reports that curfew has been lifted from the entire troubled valley barring Pulwama town and in areas under the jurisdiction of Nowhatta and M.R. Gunj police stations in Srinagar city.
The decision followed a high level security meeting on Sunday evening, informed sources said.
A total of 71 people — 68 civilians and three policemen — have been killed in the violence that began on July 9. Over 11,000 others, including civilians and security personnel, have been injured.