The Mobicash statements of Tauqeer Hussain tracked out by the Indian agencies shows around Pakistani Rupees 487 crores pumped to India during the period January 4 to January 15, 2016.
The Intelligence agencies found that Tauqeer Hussain, working with the JuD had used mobile phone transfers for routeing money to India. He used the Pakistan’s network service provider Mobicash. This mobile service provider is a premier in Pakistan for financial services through NFC payment. NFC (Near Field Communication) is the technology that allows two devices—like your phone and a payment terminal—to talk to each other when they’re close together. NFC is the technology that enables contactless payments.
The Mobicash statements of Tauqeer Hussain tracked out by the Indian agencies shows around Pakistani Rupees 487 crores pumped to India during the period January 4 to January 15, 2016. The miniature statement obtained by the agencies is published at the end of the article.
As per the miniature statement, Tauqeer Hussain has pumped the money to India through the following tranches.
Pakistani Rs. 106 crores on 4-1-2016
Pakistani Rs. 88.3 crores on 6-1-2016
Pakistani Rs. 110.3 crores on 11-1-2016
Pakistani Rs. 96.7 crores on 13-1-2016
Pakistani Rs. 86.4 crores on 15-1-2016
According to intelligence agencies, Tauqeer Hussain has also been in touch with a few Muslim Congress and Samajwadi Party leaders from UP. He was also in touch with certain Muslim local leaders in Mumbai also, say the Intelligence sleuths. These huge pumping of money is believed to have used for human trafficking, radicalisation activities, narcotics sale, creating tensions in various regions in India, via transfer to rogue elements in Bangladesh borders and Nepal.
Below is the miniature statement obtained by the agencies:
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