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Red-faced after sting op, Syed Ali Shah Geelani 'suspends' Naaem Khan from Hurriyat Conference

DNA Saturday, 20 May 2017
On Saturday, Hurriyat Conference's Geelani 'suspended' separatist leader Naeem Khan from Hurriyat Conference, in the wake of a sting operation by a TV channel.
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News video: Revealed In NIA Questioning, Geelani Took Money From Pak

▶ Revealed In NIA Questioning, Geelani Took Money From Pak 00:48

Bitta Karate admitted in NIA questioning to Hurriyat leaders about funding of militancy in the valley. Karate along with Gazi Baba and Nayeem said that Syed Ali Shah Geelani has indeed accepted money from Pakistan to fund insurgency in Kashmir.

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