India Today reporters threatened after expose on Hurriyat leaders getting funds from Pakistan

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  • Hurriyat leader Naeem Khan threatened India Today reporters
  • Kashmir DGP promised safety of India Today team
  • Top Kashmiri separatists are heard on camera admitting taking money from Pakistan

After India Today aired a special investigative report where Hurriyat's Provincial President (Geelani Faction) Naeem Khan was caught on camera admitting Pakistan is funding the violence in Kashmir Valley, India Today reporters were threatened.

After the video went on air, Naeem Khan came to India Today office in Srinagar and threatened India Today reporters. He also asked them to take down the story and drop the expose.

Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police SP Vaid sent troops to India Today office in Srinagar and also promised safety of staff.

India Today has come up with clinching evidence of Pakistan's state and non-state actors, including Hafiz Saeed, choreographing anarchy through their agents in the Kashmir Valley.

Several top Kashmiri separatists are caught on camera confessing to receiving funds from across the border.

Some of them also admitted they raised money domestically, pledging to repeat the deadly events of 2016 if financed again. The stunning probe that rips apart the devious designs of anti-India forces in Kashmir includes Hurriyat's Provincial President (Geelani Faction) Naeem Khan, Tehreek-E-Hurriyat's leader Gazi Javed Baba, and JKLF chairman Farooq Ahmed Dar (Bitta Karate).

The investigation traces the terror funding trail. Hurriyat leader Naeem Khan stealthily travels down to Delhi to meet India Today reporters, who posed as potential funders.

The investigation reveals that Pakistan's agents who are trying to destabilise Kashmir through street violence are hidden in Delhi.

The expose has been hailed not only by the government and the BJP but also by the Congress.

Jitendra Singh, Minister of State (MoS) at the Prime Minister Office, said chicanery won't last long and action will be taken soon.

Also read:

Caught on Camera: How Pakistan funds Kashmiri separatists to burn the Valley - India Today Exclusive 

Also watch:

Operation Villains of Valley: India Today reveals how Pakistan funds Hurriyat to burn Kashmir - Part 1

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