New Delhi: Militants operating in Jammu and Kashmir are paid through the hawala routes by their mentors in Pakistan and their emoluments are decided based on their work from stone-pelting to big terror attacks, a report said.
Citing an Indian Army report, the India Today reported that the militant commanders are paid between Rs.10,000 to Rs.200,000 depending on their work in the Valley.
It also said that those in the lower rung of the hierarchy are paid through hawala channels while those in senior positions are paid through various financial systems.
The report comes, as the Valley as witnessed a surge in terror attacks over the past few months.
— India Today (@IndiaToday) June 9, 2016