NIA Arrests Lashkar-e-Mustafa Terrorist by Raiding 15 locations Across J&K

NIA Arrests Lashkar-e-Mustafa Terrorist by Raiding 15 locations Across J&K

The authorities stated that the National InvestigationAgency (NIA) arrested a Lashker-e-Mustafa (LeM) terrorist on Saturday, while
the agency conducted investigations on two terrorism-related cases in 15
locations in Jammu and Kashmir. The counter-terrorism investigation
agency conducted searches in nine J&K locations related to the LeM case
recorded in March this year, and conducted raids at six locations to recover 5
kilograms of improvised explosive devices from a Lashkar -e-Taiba terrorist. 

In
Jammu on June 27th. A spokesperson for the LeM CASEA-related attack said: “NIA,
together with the  J&Kpolice and
CRPF, conducted searches for LeM-related cases in nine locations in Shopian,
Anantnag and Jammu. After the search, one was from Batingoo (Anantnag) The
defendant Irfan Ahmed Dar was arrested.

The National Intelligence Agency stated
that preliminary investigations revealed that Irfan Ahmed Dahl colluded with
other arrested defendants and participated in a conspiracy to carry out terrorist
activities. According to reports, he is providing logistical support and
preparing weapons and ammunition for LeM terrorists. LeM worked under the
behest of the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) organization in Pakistan and announced in
February that its members had been arrested and eliminated. Hidayatullah Malik,
the fashion director from Jammu, and his assistant Nazir Ahmad. Both
Hidayatullah Malik and Nazir Ahmad are residents of Shopian District. 

The case
was originally registered at the Gangyal Police Station in Jammu and is related
to LeM’s conspiracy to carry out terrorist activities in J& K, with the
intent to threaten the sovereignty, integrity and security of India. The
National Intelligence Agency re-registered the case on March 2 and took over
the investigation. The materials were found in the houses of the defendants and
suspects arrested in the case. NIA raided 6 locations related to improvised
explosive device recovery cases. 

The agency also conducted searches in six
other  J&Klocations to recover 5 kg
of improvised explosive devices from there. A terrorist, Lashkar-e-Taiba, used
a drone to drop two bombs on the Indian Air Force (IAF) base in Jammu in the
Bathindi area of ​​Jammu on June 27. The agency said: “NIA is in the  J&Kpolice and CRPF searched 6 locations of
defendants and suspects arrested in Shopian and Ramban districts of J& K.  An improvised explosive device was used to
explode in Jammu. 

The NIA re-registered the case on July 19 and took over the
investigation,  the agency spokesperson
said. According to the NIA, a search conducted on Saturday revealed many
digital devices, including mobile phones, pen drives, and used devices. Bullet
boxes, CDs, plastic masks used when stoning to death, memory cards, handwritten
jihadist materials, memory cards. Aqsa and other guilty materials.
Investigation of the case continues.