After the Udaipur Killing over social media post, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) will now also probe the killing of Amravati pharmacist Umesh Kolhe, which happened on June 21. "The conspiracy behind the killing, involvement of organisations and international linkages would be thoroughly investigated," said the MHA, on… read-more
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The investigation involving the decapitation of shopkeeper Kanhaiya Lal in Rajasthan's Udaipur has been handed over to the National Investigation Agency (NIA). NIA then filed an FIR and began interviewing the two suspects with Rajasthan Police SIT. Meanwhile, a curfew was in effect throughout Udaipur, and internet services were also banned following the heinous murder. However, a large crowd poured onto Udaipur's streets to participate in the… read-more
Courtesy: India Today
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) launched multiple raids at various places in Jammu & Kashmir's Baramulla and Shopian district, on March 9. The raids were carried out after the NIA received intelligence input over some anti-national activities being carried out in the region. An NIA official said, "Among places being raided presently are residences of former District President Jamatia Islamia Abdul Gani Wani and Peer Tanveer".… read-more
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) arrested wanted terrorist Al-Qaeda, on February 9. The arrest was in regard to the conspiracy of bomb blast in poll bound Uttar Pradesh. The UP ATS filed a case against Towheed Ahmad Shah of Jammu and Kashmir, for allegedly hiring Al-Qaeda affiliated group to conduct an attack in UP. Based on the case, the NIA arrested Al-Qaeda, ahead of UP polls, starting from February 10.
Courtesy: One India
The Supreme Court formed a panel to probe the PM Modi Security breach issue, on January 12. Headed by former SC Judge Indu Malhotra, the panel include Director General of NIA, Registrar of Haryana and Punjab High Courts and Director General of Security of Punjab. The Apex Court bench led by CJI NV Ramana, Justice Hima Kohli and Justice Surya Kant ordered independent probe by the formed committee.
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
In Jammu & Kashmir, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) arrested one LeT affiliated The Resistance Front (TRF), on December 31. The arrest of TRF operative, identified as Arsalan Feroz a resident of Srinagar, was reportedly involved in hatching the conspiracy for radicalising, motivating, and recruiting youths of J&K to effect violent activities in the state. In addition, the agency also recovered digital devices and incriminating… read-more
A collaborative raid by National Investigative Agency (NIA), Police, and CRPF was conducted in 56 locations of 14 districts including Srinagar, Baramulla, Pulwama of the Jammu, and Kashmir region in connection to the terror funding case. The raids were conducted against the members of the banned terror organization Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI). Many documents and devices were seized from the property and the investigation is still continuing, the… read-more
Courtesy: The Times of India
National Investigation Agency (NIA) has asked for one more month to file a charge sheet against the prime accused, Sachin Waze and others in the "Antilia Bomb scare" and Mansukh Hiren murder cases. The NIA has confirmed that Waze was paid Rs 45 lakhs to terminate Mansukh Hiren after the Antilla scare. Waze was accused of placing a vehicle full of explosives near Antilia and the murder of Hiren.
Courtesy: ANI News