Three laptops, three hard discs, 16 mobile phones, eight SIM cards, two pen drives, five memory cards and one card reader, besides two knives and a “large number of incriminating documents”, were seized, the NIA stated in a release.
The NIA had arrested two people in August 2018 for allegedly planning to carry out the terror group’s activities in India. Abdullah Basith and Mohammed Abdul Qhadeer were also trying to recruit people into the terror group.
They also conducted fresh searches at three locations in Meerut, Hapur and Ghaziabad in connection with the latest arrest. With the latest arrest, the NIA has nabbed 12 people so far in this connection.
Stating that the Lashkar angle in the February 2007 Samjhauta Express firebombing that killed 68, mostly Pak nationals, doesn’t have “any strength,” National Investigation Agency (NIA) Director General Sharad Kumar has said that he had never been under pressure on handling alleged Hindu extremist terror cases either from the NDA or the UPA government. ——————————————————————————————— […]
Hyderabad, Jan 23 (ANI): The Nampally Court in Hyderabad on Saturday has sent ISIS suspects Abu Anas and Mohammad Shareef Moinuddin Khan to three days of transit remand. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) had arrested 14 suspects till Friday from various parts of the country planning to carry out terrorist activities. The agency also claimed to have seized certain "incriminating" articles, mobile phones, laptops, unaccounted cash, jihadi literature and videos, besides materials for preparation of bombs from their places.
New Delhi, Jan 19 (ANI): The National Investigation Agency (NIA) will conduct lie-detector test on Gurdaspur Superintendent of Police Salwinder Singh, who is under scanner in connection with the Pathankot attack, on Tuesday. Salwinder Singh reached NIA office with his cook Madan Gopal and caretaker of the shrine Somraj on Tuesday morning. A Special Delhi court had yesterday granted permission to NIA to conduct the test.
New Delhi, Jan 09 (ANI): Congress leader Digvijay Singh reacted on the recent Pathankot attack and said that considering America’s interest, it is reflected that America is involved in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit from Afghanistan to Pakistan. Taking account of the Pathankot attack, Singh said that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) should investigate the matter.