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CTD completes probe into sending of money to defunct Daesh in Syria from Pakistan

CTD completes probe into sending of money to defunct Daesh in Syria from Pakistan
January 18, 2021

KARACHI (92 News) – The Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) has completed the probe into sending of money to the defunct Daesh in Syria from Pakistan, said CTD DIG Umar Shahid during a press conference on Monday.

He said that the money was being sent to women belonging to Daesh in Syria. "The accused Umar Bin Khalid used to send money to Zia in Hyderabad who transferred the money to Daesh after changing it into dollars and Bitcoin," he disclosed.

He said that the Daesh had also made its Twitter account. "The forensic audit of the accused Umar Bin Khalid has been completed," he added.

CTD DIG Umar Shahid  said that Umar Bin Khalid had given the funds of over Rs one million to the defunct Daesh. "The accused had an easypaisa account and asked the people to deposit the amount into it. The deposited money was transferred to an account in Hyderabad where it was sent to Syria," he disclosed.

He said that they were investigating the use of the collected money at the local level. "We are looking for accomplices of accused Umar Bin Khalid. A case has been registered against the accused on terrorism charges," he concluded.