SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Police’s Special Investigation Unit (SIU) on Friday produced a chargesheet against 13 accused persons including three slain militants of TRF before NIA court Srinagar.
SIU of Srinagar district filed Chargesheet in NIA court, Srinagar against 13 accused including 3 active terrorists of TRF in FIR no 127/2022 of Parimpura PS in sections of UAPA, Arms act. Process has also started for attachment of four (4) houses which sheltered terrorists. pic.twitter.com/bCVwqtui9Y
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A Spokesman in a statement said, Special Investigation unit (SIU) Srinagar of Jammu and Kashmir Police presented chargesheet against 13 accussed persons before NIA Court, Srinagar.
The spokesman in a statement said that as per details, the case FIR No 127/2022 under sections 7/25 of Arms act & sections 13 18 19 20 38 39 of UAP Act of PS Parimpora was regestered on 28-05- 2022 under relevant sections of law on credible inputs about the presence of active militants of TRF (off-shoot of LeT) in few residential houses of Barthana, Qamarwari area.
“The Police arrested six accused persons initially in the case and one more accused (active militant) namely Shariq Wani was arrested later in case. Seven (7)accused are lodged in different jails undegoing judicial custody,” said the spokesman.
“Three accused (active militants) in case were killed in different encounters. While three (3) other accused are absconding as active militants of TRF namely Basit, Momin and Umais,” he said.
“The investigation conducted has revealed that accused persons had developed links with active militants and in pursuance of a criminal conspiracy hatched, they collectively conspired with militants for executing militant activities in District Srinagar,” he added.
“It is pertinent to mention here that the said militants were sheltered in residential houses. Process has started to attach all these houses as per section 25 of UAPA act,” he further added.
“Today, a charge sheet of the case has been produced before the Court of Special Judge Designated under NIA Act (TADA/POTA), Srinagar. Further investigation in going on as per provisions of section 173,” said police spokesman in a statement.