Pakistan-trained Mohammed Ajmal Khan, who as "quartermaster" for the banned Lashkar-e-Tayyiba - the so-called Army of the Righteous
- could call on millions of pounds raised by UK supporters for a shopping list of military equipment
The three are accused of having links to Lashkar-e-Tayyiba - translated as the Army of the Righteous
- an organisation understood to be based in Pakistan.
After insisting he had never heard of Lashkar-e-Tayyiba - the so-called Army of the Righteous
regarded as one of the largest and best-trained groups opposing Indian control of Kashmir - he explained the only reason he was in the dock was because of his childhood friend.
The latter charge relates to the Army of the Righteous
, which has been described as one of the besttrained groups fighting in Kashmir