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NIA to approach Kishtwar court to take over case of RSS leader killing, weapon snatching
11/8/2019 11:27:20 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik

Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 8: In order to cut the tentacles and deep root nexus of militants in Kishtwar District of Jammu and Kashmir, the National Investigating Agency (NIA) will approach the Kishtwar Court for seeking the transfer of the case to the India's prime Investigating agency for further course of the action.
Early Times is the first newspaper reported about the transfer of the cases to NIA soon after weapon snatching incident reported at the residence of PDP District President Kishtwar Advocate Sheikh Nasir Hussain who was held hostage by the group of three militants along with his family members including the minor children's. All the three militants were later eliminated by the security forces in an encounter at Batote on Jammu-Kishtwar National Highway.
As per the details available with "Early Times", after Ministry of Home Affairs issued an order for the transfer of case pertaining to the killing of RSS leader Chanderkant Sharma, weapon snatching incident involving PSO of Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar and PSO of PDP leader Sheikh Nasir Hussain, the NIA team in Kishtwar will approach to Kishtwar Court for proper transfer of the three cases to NIA.
All the four cases had already been cracked by the Kishtwar Police under the leadership of SSP Kishtwar Dr. Harmeet Singh Mehta including the case pertaining to the killing of Parihar Brothers, the case already with the NIA.
While talking to "Early Times" the senior police official said that though all the cases has been solved by the Kishtwar police, the NIA will prepared a detail challan to be presented in the court so that the guilty persons involved in killing of Parihar brothers, RSS leader, his PSO and weapon snatching incident could be taken to logistic conclusion. He said that though around a dozen person involved in the killings and weapon snatching incidents were either arrested or has been killed added that the two other prime accused Mohammad Amin Butt alias Jahingir Saroori and Haroon Abbas Wani are still at large and further said that efforts are on to either arrest or kill them. He said that Kishtwar and Doda police had already announce cash rewards of Rs. 45 lakhs on five militant's active in twin Districts of Doda and Kishtwar.
In a question on possibility of handing over of investigation of three other FIRs registered against two dozen OGWs to NIA, the senior officer said that Kishtwar Police is presently investigating in all the three cases and did not rule out more arrest of OGWs and militant sympathizers in coming days.
It is pertinent to mention that after incumbent SSP Kishtwar Dr. Harmeet Singh Mehta take over the charge of Kishtwar Police, within three months of his posting as SSP Kishtwar, all the major terror related incidents that took place in Kishtwar and had shaken the whole nation were solved beside major crackdown was launched on OGWs, terror sympathizers and those who provided logistic support to the militants has been arrested while the militants active in the District were on run.
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