NIA takes over investigation in Sunjuwan Army camp attack


The National Investigation Agency said on Thursday that it has registered a case and begun its probe into the attack on an Army camp in Jammu earlier this month. Six army men, one civilian and three militants were killed in the Sunjuwan attack on February 10.

“In compliance with the MHA [Ministry of Home Affairs] order, the NIA [National Investigation Agency] has re-registered a case in the Sunjuwan Army camp terror attack case,” IANS quoted an official from the investigating agency as saying.

The National Investigation Agency has registered cases under sections of criminal conspiracy, waging war against the country, murder and attempt to murder of the Indian Penal Code, some sections of the Arms Act, and certain provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.


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