The charge sheet had alleged that there was a prima facie evidence “sufficient to launch prosecution” against Parra for “establishing a nexus with terrorists to seek their backing for his political gains and reciprocating by way of providing a range of help and support which led to terror strikes.”
Parra was arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in November last year.
In January this year, Parra was granted bail by the NIA court in Jammu but was immediately detained by the CIK and brought to Srinagar, and at present, he is in judicial custody.
In March this year, he was charge sheeted by the NIA, and it was alleged that Parra had paid Rs 5 crore to the son-in-law of hardline Hurriyat Conference leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani for keeping Kashmir in turmoil after the death of Burhan Wani, the poster boy of the Hizbul Mujahideen, in 2016.
The CIK had filed a case last year against unknown politicians and others based on “reliable and confidential sources” who said some political functionaries were misusing their power and helping militants.