A team of National Investigation Agency (NIA) has raided several places in Kashmir in connection with the case involving the arrest of Deputy Superintendent of Police, Davinder Singh and his alleged links with militant outfits, reported All India Radio (AIR).
Singh was arrested by Jammu and Kashmir police on Srinagar-Jammu Highway in South Kashmir while ferrying two militants, Naveed Babu, his associate, Rafi Ahmad in a car on January 11.
“Fresh raids were conducted at several locations in the Shopian district yesterday and may continue today as well,” AIR quoted police sources as saying.
“The raids were conducted at the house of Adil Pala, an active militant of Hizbul Mujahideen outfit, and at the residence of Rafi Ahmad-the Hizb militant who was arrested along with Singh. This is the second visit by the investigation agency to Kashmir since it took over the case from Jammu and Kashmir police on January 18,” reported AIR.