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Eight LeT, Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists, operating from Pak and PoK, chargesheeted under UAPA Act in NIA court

In a statement, Doda Police said that it has produced the chargesheet under UAPA Act in designated Fast Track NIA Court against 8 terrorists.

Edited By: Shashwat Bhandari @ShashBhandari New Delhi Updated on: September 01, 2023 21:56 IST
Case against 8 LeT, Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists under UAPA
Image Source : INDIA TV Case against 8 LeT, Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists under UAPA Act in NIA court

Jammu and Kashmir: Doda Police has chargesheeted top Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) commanders who are presently operating from Pakistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) under UAPA Act in the NIA Court.

In a statement, Doda police said that it has produced the chargesheet under UAPA Act in designated Fast Track NIA Court against 8 terrorists including LeT-HM Commanders who are presently operating terror modules from Pakistan and PoK.

An FIR under UAPA Act has been registered at Thathri Police Station against LeT terrorist Mohd Amin aka Khubaib son of Dawood Batt, who is a resident of Kathwa Tehsil Phagsoo.

Another case has been registered against HM terrorist Mohd Hussain Khateeb, son of Abdul Hai Khateeb and resident of Masjid Mohalla Bhaderwah.

Case have also been registered against Hizbul terrorists Zakir Hussain, Irshad Ahmed, Atta Mohd aka Adil Mubashir, Mohd Shafi aka Nadeem, Majid Hussain aka Abu Jihad and LeT terrorist Abdul Hai aka Tahir Bilal.

The cases were registered against these terrorists for running terror module in Doda.

Doda police after completing the investigation and collecting sufficient evidence filed the chargesheet under section 299 of the CrPC.

These terrorists make contineous attempts to lure the local youth in Doda to join terror groups.

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