KARACHI: The Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) Anti-Terrorist wing on Tuesday arrested a man accused of financing the country’s enemies through a well-established hawala and hali network in Karachi.
The man arrested was identified as Junaid, a suspected member of the international hawala and racket hundi and manager of the money exchange company.
FIA officials said that FIA anti-terrorism wing officials had arrested Junaid during an attack carried out in the Dohraji area in a metropolitan city.
The suspect was involved in distributing money among Indian anti-state elements and spies through hawala and hundi networks. In addition, the raids also recovered laptops and cellphones from their property.
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According to IP addresses, most emails were sent to New Delhi, from which a man named Mehmood Siddiqui gave the assignment.
The latest arrests reveal India’s conspiracy to destabilize Pakistan through funding terror that violates the regulations of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
Earlier on July 15, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) had arrested one key sleep cell surgery from India’s main intelligence agency, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), identified as Zafar.
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