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JAMMU: The Crime Branch (CB) Jammu on Monday filed an application seeking cancellation of order dated 18th February, 2014 regarding permanent exemption of Yasin Malik on health grounds in the much publicised one lakh US dollar case in which POTA Court had framed charges against JKLF Supremo Yasin Malik and others.
Presiding Officer POTA Court Kishore Kumar after hearing DDP for the Crime Branch directed counsel for Yasin Malik to file objections.
According to Crime Branch, in March 2002, Malik convened meeting at Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Headquarters in Srinagar, in which he authorised another accused Mushtaq Ahmad Dar to go to Kathmandu (Nepal) and bring one lakh US dollars which was to be distributed among militant organisations in Jammu and Kashmir. The chargesheet submitted by the police revealed that Kud Police had recovered one lakh US dollars from Dar and another accused while they were travelling from Jammu to Srinagar after they allegedly brought the money from Nepal which was meant for strengthening terrorist activities in the State.
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