Centre thinking of transferring six terror cases to NIA
Indore: Union Home Minister P Chidambaram
said here Thursday that he was considering handing over to the
National Investigation Agency six cases related to alleged
right-wing terrorism in which there was a "common connection".
The Minister told reporters after a programme at the city
Congress office that there were eight terror incidents that
were being investigated all over the country and in these the
needle of suspicion pointed at right-wing extremists.
He, however, did not specify these cases, saying he was
thinking of handing over six of these cases to NIA as there
was a "common connection".
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