India asks UK to help stop funding to Mujahideen
7 October 2001
The News International
New Delhi: India has asked Britain to help clamp down on the flow of funds from overseas ''sympathisers'' to Kashmiri groups such as Jaish-e-Mohammad and Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, a report said on Sunday. A confidential document, detailing the activities of the two groups and their funding, was handed over to the team accompanying British Prime Minister Tony Blair during his brief visit to New Delhi on Saturday, the Press Trust of India said quoting sources.