Jammu / Bhaderwah. Jammu and Kashmir's State Investigation Agency (SIA) raided 12 locations, including the ancestral residence of the chairman of APHC Pakistan in Bhaderwah, in a terror funding case. Officials gave this information on Friday. A case was registered at Gandhinagar police station, after which it was handed over to the SIA for thorough investigation, he said. According to officials, the probe agency personnel with the help of local police on Friday raided a dozen locations in Jammu, Kathua, Doda and Kashmir.
They also searched a house located in the Masjid Mohalla area of Bhaderwah. According to reports, raids were conducted at the residence and shop of a person selling electronic products. Officials said the SIA searched the house of Zubair Khateeb in Masjid Mohalla area. Zubair's father Hussain Khatib is said to have been in Pakistan for more than 20 years. He is associated with the banned terrorist organization Hizbul Mujahideen. According to reports, a Wi-Fi router has been seized from Zubair's shop.