“NIA filed a supplementary charge sheet against two accused persons Fayaz Ahmed Khan, son of Mohammad Afzal Khan of Village Panzat, Wampoora Anantnag and Tawseef Ahmed Wani, son of Late Muhammad Maqbool Wani of Village Bangdara, Kreeri Baramulla.”
SRINAGAR ‚ÄĒ National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday filed a supplementary charge sheet against two accused in a case pertaining to the interception of Nadeem-Ul-Haq with an IED in Jammu and Kashmir.
A spokesman in a statement said that NIA filed a supplementary charge sheet against two accused persons Fayaz Ahmed Khan, son of Mohammad Afzal Khan of Village Panzat, Wampoora, PS Tehsil Qazigund, Anantnag and Tawseef Ahmed Wani, son of Late Muhammad Maqbool Wani of Village Bangdara, Reshipora, Tehsil Kreeri, district Baramulla under section 120B of Indian Penal Code and sections 13, 18, 38 & 39 of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 in RC 04/2021/NIA/JMU in the NIA Special Court Jammu.
The case was initially registered as FIR No 234/ 2021 at PS Bahu Fort, Jammu and taken over by NIA on 19.07.2021, the statement said.
It added that the case pertains to the recovery of an IED from accused Nadeem Ul Haq from Bhatindi, Jammu, who on the behest of his Pakistan-based handlers of TRF, a frontal organization of LeT, had attempted to execute an IED explosion in a public place in Jammu area.
“Investigation has unearthed a larger conspiracy hatched by the Pakistani handlers of TRF, involved in recruitment and planning to activate a significant number of radicalized youth through social media platforms to target security personnel and public places with an intention to wage war against the government of India. A Chargesheet was earlier filed by NIA against 3 accused persons on 22,12,2021,‚ÄĚ it said.
The statement added that the investigation has established that accused persons Fayaz Ahmad Khan and Tawseef Ahmad Wani are members of TRF, who in connivance with their Pakistani handlers of TRF were involved in spreading the subversive activities in the UT of Jammu and Kashmir.
‚ÄúFurther investigation in the case continues,‚ÄĚ the statement added.
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