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The bench has now fixed the plea of NIA filed against the Delhi High Court verdict for hearing on September 26 and asked the accused businessman to file his response in the meantime.
Zahoor Ahmad Shah Watali was arrested on August 17, 2017, and was charge-sheeted by the NIA along with terror leaders and Kashmiri separatists in the case of alleged terror funding in Kashmir.
A supplementary charge sheet against Sanabam Inaobi Singh has also been filed in the instant case on May 24.
ATS team laid a trap and nabbed the mastermind, when he, having the fever, was visiting a doctor's clinic in Pune with two of his acquaintances on June 19, the official said.
Six persons involved in criminal conspiracy and distributing money into various bank accounts on the instructions given by a Pakistani handler were arrested on March 24 from Gorakhpur.
With three Kashmiris pleading guilty in 2010 terror funding case, a special court on Monday convicted them and sentenced them to a period of imprisonment they had already undergone.
The NIA today filed a charge sheet against Syed Shahid Yusuf, son of Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin, in a 2011 terror funding case.
Federal authorities charged the men in 2015, along with a fourth who pleaded guilty last year.
Watali, who was arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on charges of receiving funds from Pakistan to sponsor terror activities and stone-pelting in Kashmir, is at present lodged in Tihar
Shakeel Yusuf, a Medical Assistant at Srinagar's Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, was questioned along with the five others at the NIA's headquarters in south Delhi.
The case pertains to alleged extortion by groups such as NSCN(K), NSCN(IM) and Naga National Council from at least 14 government departments.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a global body that combats terrorist financing and money laundering, took the decision on Friday to put Pakistan on the grey list for terror financing.
The U.S. and Britain had jointly submitted a letter to the FATF, nominating Pakistan for placement on watch list.
In a major political and economic blow to Pakistan, the Financial Action Task Force has added the country’s name to the grey list of terror-financing watch list effective from June.
The insiders revealed that Pakistan’s traditional friend China withdrew its objections in putting Islamabad on the grey list.