Fund received through Kerala gold smuggling sent to Kashmir too to sponsor terrorism: NIA

In a shocking revelation, NIA has told that the fund gathered in Kerala gold smuggling was distributed to various terror outfits in Kashmir to finance terrorism. As per reports, the NIA gathered these crucial details from the arrested from Chennai in connection with the incident. NIA had earlier arrested Mohammed Ali a man from Kerala who was the accused of chopping off the hand of a professor who reportedly ‘insulted Islam’.

The recent arrests have confirmed the terrorist links in the smuggling case. NIA received the information on the duo after questioning KT Ramees who was arrested earlier. Following this, the NIA team arrested them.

According to the NIA report, Muhammadali Ibrahim and Muhammadali collected the smuggled gold from Ramees and distributed it in various centres. Ramees held talks with the duo at hotels in Thiruvananthapuram. Following this, the two distributed the gold at various centres on June 24 and 26.

The NIA team evaluates the arrest of hand-chopping case accused in gold smuggling case, as a crucial turning pointing in the case. This is considered as a crucial finding in the gold smuggling case.