NEW DELHI: Three NIA officials probing terror funding are now under the purview of the probe. The three officers are accused of blackmailing a Delhi businessman for Rs 2 crore for not dragging his name in a money-giving case. The Terror funding case is linked to Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed. According to information, two junior NIA officials, including the SP, conducted raids against the businessman with search warrants.
The investigations were related to the Falah-e-Insanity Foundation run by Hafiz Saeed. A spokesman for the investigating agency said on Tuesday that the three officers have been transferred from the agency till the matter is fully investigated. The NIA has received complaints of malpractice against these officers. The allegations are being investigated by a Deputy Inspector General level officer. The three officers have been transferred from the agency to investigate the matter impartially.
An NIA spokesperson said the agency had received a complaint about the SP and two junior officials about the case a month ago. The officials were investigating the Terror Funding case of the Falah-e-Insaniyah Foundation (FIF) run by Hafiz Saeed, head of Pakistan-based terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba. An NIA spokesperson also said, "We have launched an investigation against the authorities to maintain a zero-tolerance policy against corruption." Strict action will be taken if found to be indulging in corruption.
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