In yet another arrest in the Udhampur attack, NIA on Tuesday booked an alleged overground worker of banned Lashker-e-Toiba (LeT) outfit who had transported four terrorists from one place in Kashmir to another after they infiltrated into Valley.
With Jammu and Kashmir being the hub of terror activities, National Investigation Agency (NIA) has set up camp offices at four places in the state and wants to establish a permanent base there for more effective monitoring of cases that take place in the region.
No "discrepancies" have been found in polygraph (lie detection) test conducted on captured LeT terrorist Mohammed Naved Yakub, involved in the August five Udhampur attack on a BSF bus that left two border guarding force personnel dead.
LeT terrorist Mohammed Naved Yakub, a resident of Pakistan, made a confessional statement before a magistrate here on Wednesday regarding the role of the terror outfit in carrying out strikes like the Udhampur attack in Jammu and Kashmir.
LeT terrorist Mohammed Naved Yakub, a resident of Pakistan, will make a confessional statement before a magistrate here on Wednesday regarding the role of the terror outfit in carrying out strikes like the Udhampur attack in Jammu and Kashmir.
NIA on Saturday produced truck driver Khursheed Ahmed Bhat, who allegedly took LeT terrorist Mohammed Naved Yakub and his accomplice to Jammu before the Udhampur attack, in a court here which remanded him in 14-day custody.
The National Investigation Agency on Friday released the real pictures and details of the Lashkar-e-Toiba commander Abu Qasim and militant Abu Okasha who were handlers of Pakistani terrorist Naved Yakub caught in Udhampur operation.
Sayyed Liyaqat Shah, arrested in 2013 by Delhi Police on charges of being a terrorist of banned outfit Hizbul Mujahideen and planning attacks here, has sought his discharge before a Delhi court, saying no evidence has been found against him by the NIA.
Ahead of NAS level talks between India and Pakistan, NIA chief Sharad Kumar may brief Ajit Doval on the progress made so far in probing captured Pakistani militant Mohammad Naved Yakub, as per sources in the anti-terror agency.
The Army have arrested five insurgents of NSCN (Khaplang) involved in the June 4 ambush of a military convoy in Manipur's Chandel district which killed 18 armed forces personnel, sources said on Thursday.