ED files case against Pak group with ter­ror links

Hindustan Times (Amritsar) - - Nation -

NEW DELHI: The En­force­ment Direc­torate (ED) has reg­is­tered a money laun­der­ing case against Pak­istan-based out­fit Falah-e-In­saniyat (FIF), a front for banned ter­ror group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), the agency said Satur­day. It said a crim­i­nal case un­der the Pre­ven­tion of Money Laun­der­ing Act (PMLA) has been filed by the cen­tral probe agency for the out­fit’s “in­volve­ment in money laun­der­ing through var­i­ous hawala chan­nels.” The ED said it took cog­ni­sance of a Na­tional In­ves­ti­ga­tion Agency (NIA) FIR, filed un­der the Un­law­ful Ac­tiv­i­ties Pre­ven­tion Act (UAPA) last year in Septem­ber, to file its own case against the Falah-e-In­saniyat.

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