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NIA likely to probe Parihar brothers killing
Militant's sister among 2 shifted to Delhi for 'lie detector test'
11/15/2018 10:38:17 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik
Early Times Report
Kishtwar, Nov 15: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is likely to take over the probe into the killing of BJP State Secretary Anil Parihar and his brother Ajeet Parihar in Kishtwar.
Highly placed sources told the Early Times that after camping at Kishtwar for several days and providing technical support to Kishtwar police in the case, an SSP level officer of the NIA has return to New Delhi and submitted his report there.
"The NIA is mulling the option of sending an IGP level officer for carrying out effective probe into the double murder," sources said.
Meanwhile, to collect more evidence, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) of police has shifted two persons including a CAPD employee and the sister of a Lashkar militant believed to be involved in the Parihar brothers killing them to Jammu. They will be taken to Delhi and then either to Chandigarh or any other place to conduct their lie detector test, said sources.
Both the CAPD employee and the sister of LeT militant Osama Javed were shifted from Kishtwar and were accompanied by senior police officers.
Sources said the decision of shifting of both to New Delhi was taken at a highest level after the prime suspects showed their willingness to go through the test so that they can prove their innocence.
As already reported, the CAPD employee allegedly saw Osama Javed and his associate Sajjad Khandey, of Pulwama, but did not inform the authorities about the same after his uncle requested him not to disclose it to anyone. The SIM card used by the militants was provided by the sister of Osama Javed.
Sources said the SIT has so far questioned several people in connection with the killings of Parihar brothers, but no one has been formally arrested or named in the FIR other than the two Lashkar militants.
Sources said the SIT officials are also looking for the vehicle used to transport the two militants to Kishtwar town, days before they killed the Parihar brothers.
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