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Day after Home Minister’s high-level meeting Reasi bus attack case transferred to NIA
6/17/2024 9:42:02 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, June 17: To identify some locals involved in providing logistics and other supporters of the terror groups active in the Rajouri and Reasi districts, the bus attack case of Pouni is transferred to the National Investigation Agency (NIA).
A day after Home Minister Amit Shah chaired a high-level meeting to review the security situation in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the Ministry of Home Affairs transferred the investigation of the Reasi bus terror attack to the NIA.
Nine pilgrims from Delhi, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh lost their lives when unidentified terrorists ambushed a bus carrying devotees to the holy cave shrine of Shiv Khori in the Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Quoting an MHA official, a news agency reported that the investigation into the June 9 terror attack on the bus in Jammu and Kashmir has been handed over to the NIA. Following the attack, a team from the NIA arrived in Reasi to assist and coordinate with the Jammu and Kashmir Police in the investigation. Led by a senior NIA officer, the team held a meeting with local police officers who briefed them on the initial investigation. Afterward, the NIA team visited the ambush site.
Nine devotees lost their lives in the Reasi terror attack, including three women and two minors, and 41 others were injured. The 53-seater bus fell into a deep gorge after terrorists indiscriminately fired at it, targeting the driver. Despite the Reasi Police releasing sketches of the terrorists involved, no significant leads have been obtained more than a week after the incident. Given the severity of the case, the Union Home Ministry assigned the p
Following the attack, a team from the NIA arrived in Reasi to assist and coordinate with the Jammu and Kashmir Police in the investigation.
Nine devotees lost their lives in the Reasi terror attack, including three women and two minors, and 41 others were injured.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah chaired a high-level security review meeting and directed security agencies to launch aggressive anti-terror operations in the Jammu region.
The Home Minister stated that the fight against terrorism in J&K is in a decisive phase and that there is a need to intensify ongoing operations.
obe to the NIA to ensure a thorough investigation.
Following the June 9 attack, terrorists attempted to take villagers hostage in the Saida Sohail village of Hiranagar tehsil in Kathua district. In a 15-hour gun battle, security forces eliminated two terrorists in the Hiranagar area. On June 11, terrorists fired at a joint checkpoint of the Rashtriya Rifles and police at Chattergalla in Bhaderwah, and on June 12, a search party in the Gandoh area of Doda district was attacked, resulting in injuries to seven security personnel, including a policeman.
On Saturday, Amit Shah chaired a high-level security review meeting. He directed security agencies to launch aggressive anti-terror operations in the Jammu region to root out terrorism and send a strong message to the terrorists' supporters. During the meeting, the Home Minister emphasized that the revival of terrorism in this part of the Union Territory would not be tolerated and that terrorists and their supporters would be dealt with harshly. Shah instructed agencies to replicate the successful "Area Domination Plan" and "Zero Terror Plan" from the Kashmir valley in the Jammu division.
The Home Minister stated that the fight against terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir is in a decisive phase and that there is a need to intensify ongoing operations. "The recent incidents show that terrorism has been forced to shrink from highly organized acts of terrorist violence to a mere proxy war. We are determined to root it out as well," Shah said. He emphasized the importance of seamless coordination among security agencies, identifying vulnerable areas, and addressing the security concerns of such regions.
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