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NIA shifts arrested DySP, three others to Jammu
1/23/2020 12:03:18 AM

Early Times report

Jammu, Jan 22: After developing some links in Jammu, the sleuths of National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Wednesday shifted the arrested DySP Devender Singh along with three terrorists to this winter capital from Delhi in much hyped case of terror links.
"Security agencies have already detained a close relative of one of the arrested terrorists from Jammu," sources here said.
They said, “the NIA team this evening shifted the DySP and arrested terrorists to Jammu to probe the case of police officer’s connection with the terrorist outfits.”
DySP Devender Singh was caught ferrying militants few days back in Kashmir.
Sources however, said that the investigations from valley has now established some links in Jammu as well with the arrest of the brother of the Hizb terrorist Naved Babu from Jammu on the other day.
“The investigating agencies are now probing the links between the terror outfits -especially the Hizbul Mujhadeen (HM),” sources said and added that the NIA which is probing the case has zeroed upon the brother of HM terrorist Naved Baba from city outskirts- Bhatindi during the course of investigations and now are interrogating him to get more leads to decipher the DySP Devender and his terrorist brother.
“On specific inputs a special team of Special Operation Group of J&K Police lifted Syed Mohammad Irfan (34), - brother of Naved Baba from city outskirts few days ago,” sources said.
“Irfan is pursuing his doctorate from Chandigarh”, sources said, adding that he had rented a house in Bhatindi location of Jammu city around two weeks back while his landlord identified as Barkat Hussain, neither submitted his identity proof got his verification done by the police.
Quoting arrested DySP Devender Singh, the sources claimed that during interrogation he has confessed that he had brought the Naved Baba to Jammu in last winter where he stayed for over a month.
Sources added that after his return to the Valley, the HM terrorist Naved Baba also conspired over 20 killings to unleash terror which also included the killings of some truck drivers ferrying apples out of valley.
If intelligence sources are to be believed, brother of HM terrorist Naved, Irfan under a well hatched plan hired a lodging place before his brother has to come to Jammu.
“They were not less than sleeper cells,” sources added.
Sources also claimed that during interrogation accused Devender Singh have also told that he has brought Naved to Jammu for his surrender but he turned hostile when asked about permission granted to him by any of his senior officers.
“Investigations in the case are proceedings, new leads and links are being coming to fore and that are being investigated to crack the nexus in which involvement of big names cannot be ruled out,” sources said.
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