Gold smuggling case: More evidences point towards terrorist connection


The remand report mentioned that the smuggling of large amount of gold was intended to destabilise India’s economy.

Kochi: NIA has received more evidences in connection with terrorist links and investment of the gold smuggling case accused. The remand report filed at the NIA court, stating that there will be more accused in the case, points this out. The case will take an important turn once NIA brings Faisal Fareed back to India.

The remand report mentioned that the smuggling of large amount of gold was intended to destabilise India’s economy. The money made through gold smuggling reached terrorist activities in different manners. It is suspected that this involves some people who are centred in Tamil Nadu. This reportedly includes people who are under the radar of Tamil Nadu police in connection with terrorism.

NIA is trying to find out where the gold is taken to once is gets smuggled into the state. NIA thinks Malappuram native Ramees and Moovattuppuzha native Jalal are key to this. NIA can exercise all its power in the investigation as the case is linked to terrorism.

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