Enforcement Directorate (ED) is suspecting the role of Pakistan High Commission to disburse funds to the Kashmiri separatists and creating unrest in Jammu and Kashmir. This has come after the law enforcement agency attached property of a Kashmiri businessman worth more than a crore in Gurugram in connection to a money laundering case and over the allegation of terror funding.

In the coming days, the Enforcement Directorate can attach more properties, which could again worth in crores. According to reports, ED has received information that separatists in Kashmir received Rs 7 crore from across the border to play for their nefarious activities and create tension in the valley.

ED is suspecting that the funds were routed via Pakistan's High Commission in India and through other channels. ED claims that they seized a document during its search at Bhatt's residence who works as cashier-cum-accountant with Watali.

NIA and other law enforcement agencies have been carrying searches in Kashmir to bust terror funding rackets with the sole purpose of creating unrest in Kashmir.

These probes are part of a large scale investigation being carried against terror outfit LeT who chief is Hafiz Saeed and Hizbul Mujahideen head Mohammad Yusuf Shah. 
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