Further, the Court directed Malik to furnish an affidavit regarding his financial assets by the next date of hearing.
Charges were framed against Malik in March after the court observed prima facie established that Malik and Shabir Shah, Rashid Engineer, Altaf Fantoosh, Masrat, and Hurriyat/Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) were the direct recipients of terror funds.
The Court added that Malik had set up an elaborate mechanism across the world to raise funds for carrying out terrorist and other unlawful activities in Jammu and Kashmir.
Thus He indulged in criminal conspiracy pursuant to which large-scale protests, resulting in violence and arson at a massive scale, were orchestrated, the Court had said.
Malik had pleaded guilty after the charging order.
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