| New Delhi |
December 5, 2020 12:59:10 am
The Centre has handed over to the NIA investigation into the November 19 encounter at Nagrota in Jammu. The company has registered an FIR after taking case papers from Jammu and Kashmir police which was probing the case till now.
Sources stated the case was handed over to NIA because it has cross-border implications and a federal company could be higher fitted to a case the place the hand of Pakistan is prima facie evident.
The case issues an encounter between safety forces and 4 Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists at Ban Toll Naka in Nagrota. The terrorists allegedly entered India from Pakistan utilizing a tunnel on the Jammu border and have been on their solution to Kashmir in a truck once they have been intercepted by safety forces. Because the truck was being searched, the terrorists opened hearth and within the following encounter, all terrorists have been killed and two safety personnel injured.
From the truck, the police recovered 11 AK rifles, 24 magazines, 7.5 kg of RDX, 20 m of IED wire, six detonators, one Below Barrel Grenade Launcher, 29 grenades, 5 Rifle Grenades, three pistols with six magazines, a wi-fi set and a GPS. The police had then indicated that the terrorists have been planning an enormous assault within the Valley forward of the District Improvement Council Polls.
The day after the assault, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a gathering with House Minister Amit Shah, NSA Ajit Doval, International Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla and high intelligence officers. Sources stated the assembly mentioned methods to make sure worldwide strain on Pakistan by presenting acceptable proof at boards such because the Monetary Motion Job Pressure (FATF). The subsequent assembly of FATF is slated to happen in February. “NIA will have the ability to collect the type of proof that shall be helpful to nook Pakistan in FATF. NIA can also be a member of the delegation that represents India at FATF conferences,” a House Ministry official stated.
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