Pakistan closes a corner with every passing moment as its terrorist activities continue to unravel. In a recent investigation, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) uncovered some bank transactions between Pakistan and Srinagar.
According to a CNN-News18 report, a chargesheet has been filed in a Srinagar court over the transfer of funds between two Pakistani accounts and two Srinagar accounts through Italy. It has been speculated that these funds were utilised in terror activities.
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The accounts in Srinagar belong to Firdaus Shah and Nabla Begum. The ED has launched a probe and has sought help from Italy.
If the funds transfer is proven to be linked to such activities, India will have plenty ammunition against its neighbour country, which, India has maintained, has been instigating conflicts in Kashmir.
India has stated that it has substantial evidence supporting the involvement of Pakistan in the Pathankot terror attacks and 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, which have been forwarded to Pakistani authorities however, India still awaits a response.
India’s claims that Pakistan also provides a safe haven to infamous underworld don Dawood Ibrahim have been verified by the United Nations six times.
In the Pathankot terror attacks, it was reported that a complete transcript of conversations between the terrorists and thier handlers in Pakistan had been forwarded to Pakistan along with other forensic evidence. In the recent Uri attacks, it was reported that officials had recovered food packets and medicines that could be traced back to Pakistan. These claims, heavily supported by the overwhelming evidence, have been dismissed by authorities in Pakistan.
In the Pathankot attacks, Pakistan asserted that the conversations could very much have been held with someone from India with the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM).
On Sunday, four terrorists infiltrated an army camp in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir and carried out a terror attack where 18 soldiers lost their lives. Following the incident, two other infiltration bids in Uri and Nowgam were foiled.
However, the Nawaz Sharif led Pakistan government has dismissed all these allegations, deeming them baseless.