2 held in Surankote over suspicious foreign transactions
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2 held in Surankote over suspicious foreign transactions

Police today detained two persons from Hari Marhoot village of Surankote over suspicious transfer of foreign money into their bank accounts.

Police today detained two persons from Hari Marhoot village of Surankote over suspicious transfer of foreign money into their bank accounts. The duo has been shifted to Joint Interrogation Centre Jammu for questioning.

Sources told Greater Kashmir that secret investigation was conducted into inputs about suspicious money transfer into the bank accounts, a police team today raided Hari Marhoot village and arrested two persons.

They have been identified as Sajad Hussain son of Khadam Hussain resident of Hari Marhoot and his brother in law Mohammad Akram son of Ghulam Hussain of the same village.

"After arrest both of them have been sent to Joint Interrogation Centre Jammu where a joint team of security agencies will interrogate them to go into the bottom of the matter", official sources said. 

Reportedly Sajad Hussain had left his graduation midway after which he has joined a private job in Chandigarh while Mohammad Akram is unemployed. 

"We cannot immediately say about the exact nature of the money they received from the source in a foreign country but it is highly suspicious in nature", sources said.

Additional SP Poonch, Amit Gupta confirmed the arrests. "The arrests have been made over suspicious foreign transaction and the arrestees shifted to JIC Jammu for questioning", he said.

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