Jammu SIA files chargesheet against four LeT terrorists | India News


JAMMU: The State Investigation Agency (SIA), Jammu, has filed a chargesheet against four Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists who were allegedly involved in carrying out numerous terror attacks in the Union Territory, said an SIA officer on Friday.
“The case was initially registered at Mahore PS in Reasi district, but later transferred to SIA Jammu on the orders of J&K Police Headquarters. The investigation established that Pakistan-based terrorist Mohammad Qasim and Zia-ul-Rehman — both J&K natives who went to Pakistan after joining terror ranks — were using drones to supply arms, ammunition, and explosives in J&K. The consignments were being collected by the accused Talib Hussain Shah and his associates,” said an SIA spokesperson.
“On the directions of Pak-based handlers, Talib Hussain Shah had recruited many J&K youths and revived the terror ecosystem in Chenab Valley and Peer Panjal area,” the spokesperson said, adding that the investigation also proved that the accused were involved in killing members of the minority community to create an environment of fear among masses. The accused were directed to carry out attacks on security forces and vital installations to meet the objective of the secession of J&K from the Union of India.
“During the investigation, some more names of persons involved with the accused came to light and investigation is underway to probe their involvement and endeavours are being made to get more evidence,” the SIA spokesperson said.


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