The Jammu and Kashmir police has determined to “reality check” the arrest of a Srinagar resident by the Delhi police for allegedly financing the phobia attack on Crimson Citadel in 2000.
A senior J&Good ample police legitimate told The Hindu that Bilal Ahmad Kawa (37), a resident of Srinagar’s Ali Kadal, “has no case or mention finally of militancy within the Kashmir Valley to this point” within the past 17 years.
Extra Director Total of Police-Kashmir Muneer Khan talked about the accused’s family approached the police on Thursday. “We now agree with talked to the Delhi police and our CID cell in Delhi. We can discover the info of the case,” talked about Mr. Khan.
The Delhi police claimed that Mr. Kawa, a member of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, change into once “hiding” for 17 years and the distress within the Valley change into once now not pleasant to habits a raid or search to arrest him. They claimed they arrested Mr. Kawa on January 10 from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi World Airport on receiving an input from the Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad.
‘In Delhi for remedy’
Mr. Kawa’s relatives in Srinagar agree with refuted the Delhi police’s prices. They talked about he change into once as of late diagnosed with a coronary heart ailment and change into once travelling to Delhi for remedy when he change into once caught by the police.
The family held an illustration on Friday in Srinagar’s Lal Chowk and sought his “rapid free up”.
“We had suggested that he survey a doctor in Delhi. If he change into once a militant, will he hurry bask in this? He change into once carrying eatables when arrested. What made them (police) construct he change into once planning anything?” talked about Mr. Kawa’s mother Fatima Jan.
She talked about her son dealt in rugs and change into once a frequent traveller to Delhi. “He has no hyperlinks with anything,” talked about Ms. Jan, along with, “The family talked about he change into once never absconding. Please verify from my neighbours if my son change into once absent from his predicament. He is a father of two children.”