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NIA submits chargesheet in case firing by terrorists in Katra

By HindusthanSamachar | Publish Date: Mar 10 2019 7:03PM
NIA submits chargesheet in case firing by terrorists in Katra
New Delhi, Feb.10 (HS): NIA submitted a chargesheet in case registered in connection with firing by terrorists in Jhajahar Kotli area of Jammu and consequent encounter of three Pakistani terrorists in Katra area of District Reasi which occurred in September 2018 As per FIR, on 12.09.2018 early morning, while checking of a Kashmir bound truck, the flying squad of Jhajjhar Kotli Police Station Jammu was fired upon by three Pakistani terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed(JeM) sitting in cargo cabin. After firing, the terrorists ran towards adjoining forest area injuring one civilian on the way. Two hardcore over ground workers(OGWs) of JeM namely Mohd Iqbal Rather, resident of Fultipora, Distt. Budgam and Riyaz Ahmed Nengroo resident of Hajin Bala, Distt. Pulwama were arrested from the scene of crime. Huge cache of arms ammunitions, explosives and combat equipment were seized from the truck in which the three terrorists were being ferried by the arrested OGWs. In this connection a FIR u/s 307, 120-B, 121, 122 $@$# 123 Ranbir Penal Code, Sec 7, 25, 26, 27 of Indian Arms Act and Sec 16 $@$# 18 of UA(P) Act was registered at Police Station Jhajjar Kotli, Jammu. The next day i.e on 13.09.2018 while the cordon and search operation by security forces was on, the three terrorists hiding inside a house in village Dirthi, Police station Katra, Jammu started firing indiscriminately at the security forces personnel. In resultant encounter all the three terrorists were killed. Some security personnel were also injured. Large numbers of arms, ammunitions, explosive articles were recovered from the bodies of the slain terrorists. A case u/s 307, 120-B, 121, 122 $@$# 123 RPC, Sec 7, 25, 26 $@$# 27 of Arms Act 1959 and sec 16, 18 $@$# 38 of UA(P) Act 1967 was registered at PS Katra, Distt. Reasi. Later NIA took up investigation of both the cases. During investigation, larger conspiracy of proscribed terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammad(JeM) was unearthed wherein Pakistan based leadership of JeM illegally infiltrated armed and trained terrorists in India using the services of an organized network of Over Ground Workers(OGWs). Investigation has revealed that in furtherance of conspiracy for waging war against India, the arrested accused who are hard core OGWs used to transport Pakistani terrorists after their infiltration in India by illegally crossing the International Border in Kathua- Samba sector of Jammu. It has also come to light that this incident was not an isolated incident but a part of series of infiltrations that happened over the years along this belt. During investigation it came out that in the period starting from 23rd October 2017 till the date of incident i.e. 12th September 2018, 7 such infiltrations and transportation took place. OGWs receiving these terrorist group used to ferry them to Kashmir valley in trucks.The chargesheet has been filed against 3 accused persons who are hardcore OGWs of JeM and were involved in facilitating transport and sheltering of terrorists on the directions of Pakisan based leadership of JeM. They are Mohd Iqbal Rather resident of Futlipora, Distt Badgam who was a BSc Nursing student at Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Srinagar, Ashaq Ahmed Nengroo, resident of Rajpora, Distt. Pulwama who was a trucker by profession and Riyaz Ahmed Nengroo resident of Hanjin Bala, Distt. Pulwama who is also a trucker and brother of accused Ashaq Ahmed Nengroo. Accused Ashaq Ahmed Nengroo is absconding and a non bailable warrant is issued against him. Efforts are on to arrest him.Further investigation continues. Hindusthan Samachar/Pramod
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