For facilitating Iranians attack on Israeli diplomat, Kazmi was also paid $5,500 in two installments by Mahdiansadr.
In its chargesheet, the police said journalist Kazmi was also in touch with one Houshang Afshar Irani, who had executed the terror attack on Yehoshua's car and Kazmi helped him.
Kazmi was in contact with Irani during his visit to Delhi in May 2011 said the chargesheet adding that they both conducted a recce the Israeli embassy and its surrounding areas on a scooty.
The scooter was later recovered from the residence of Kazmi, who said the same was given to him for safekeeping and for further use, if needed. A Maruti Alto car, which was also used by them, was also recovered from Kazmi's house.
The chargesheet also said the police has recovered the part of money received by Kazmi for his assistance in executing the terror plot. It also obtained details of documents regarding stay of Mehndisadr along with Reza and Mahdian in a hotel Regent International in New Delhi, where Kazmi met them in May 2011.
It said that while Irani, on the one hand was in touch with Kazmi through mobile phone, on the other hand, he was in contact with Sedaghatzadeh Masoud and Syed Ali Mahdiansadr.
Irani, Sedaghatzadeh, Mahdiansadr and one Mohammadreza Abolghashemi, have been named as suspects in the chargesheet.
The analysis of call details of mobile number belonging to Sedaghatzadeh revealed that he was in contact with an Indian mobile number on April 25, May 4, 5 and 6, 2011 and January 29, 2012.
The call details of the Indian number showed that it was activated in the name of Iranian national Houshang Afshar Irani. The probe revealed that Irani's number was also logged in Georgia on June 25, 2011 and then again logged in India on January 29, 2012 and was switched off on February 13, 2012, the day of attack on the Israeli diplomat. It was also found that Irani had contacted an Indian number, which was found to be that of Kazmi.