Jammu, May 06: The Jammu & Kashmir police raided the hideouts of two Hurriyat leaders who are encouraging separatist activities in Jammu division. Although no one has been arrested in this raid, but documents related to hawala transactions and admission of students of Jammu and Kashmir in MBBS course in Pakistan and literature related to propaganda of banned Jamaat-e-Islami and other suspicious material have been found.
Giving information about the raids conducted on Friday on the premises of two Hurriyat leaders Rais Ahmed Malik and Mohammad Sharif Sartaj, SSP Jammu Chandan Kohli said that both of them are wanted in a 15-year-old case. In the year 2007, he raised pro-Pakistan slogans in the procession of Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani in Jammu. Apart from this, he is also involved in separatist activities in Jammu province.
He said that the house of Rais Ahmed Malik in Dalpatian Mohalla and the places and offices of Mohammad Sharif Sartaj at Sunjwan and Talab Khatik were searched.
SSP told that Mohammad Sharif Sartaj is originally a resident of Bhalesa in Doda district. Both of them are evading arrest and today, fulfilling all the rules, the police team led by SP South Mamta Sharma has raided their hideouts. Despite this, both of them were not found, but many important documents have been found from their places.
SSP Chandan Kohli told that the propaganda literature of Jamaate Islami banned from the bases of these two, forms of admission to the students of Jammu and Kashmir in MBBS course in Pakistan, literature and seals and notices of the separatist organization Jammu Kashmir Freedom Movement, of the leaders of Jamaate Islami Photographs, an identity card linked to Iran and reports about a Pakistani national, Abdul Rehman, have been found.
Apart from this, a register related to money transactions and a diary have also been recovered in which the numbers of many people of Pakistan are also there.