In the latest development in Sachin Vaze's case, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said in its charge sheet that Vase, the accused no.1 "procured gelatine sticks (explosive substance) through confidential sources." The charge sheet also revealed that Vase had placed the explosive in the Scorpio vehicle and also left a threat note naming Mukesh Ambani and his family. Furthermore, NIA is investing the case to nab Vaze's aides.… read-more
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At least eight districts of Jammu and Kashmir were raided by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on August 8 in connection with the terror funding case. The raids even included former militants who are now the residents of J&K. Besides, a Delhi court charged four alleged Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorists having strong attestation of Pakistani funding to organize terrorist activities in Jammu and Kashmir.
NIA has told the Bombay HC that the plea filed by two Elgar accused challenging the transfer of the probe is an attempt to "thwart" the investigation. In an affidavit, the agency stated that the "Naxal Plague has destroyed at many levels". It further said, the Centre suo motu directed the NIA to handle the case, given the gravity of the scheduled offense that reflects “national security”.
Courtesy: The Indian Express
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on May 16 conducted raids at four different locations in Madurai pertaining to radical and inappropriate posts on Facebook by a user Mohammad Iqbal. The police have recovered laptop, hard disks, mobile phones, memory cards, SIMs, and extremist documents in the search. Reportedly, the suspect belonged to Hizb-Ut- Tahrir and was popularizing ISIS ideologies on Facebook. Earlier, Iqbal was arrested on… read-more
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The Mumbai Police on May 11 terminated former police officer Sachin Waze, already suspended in relation to the Ambani bomb scare case, from his service. An order by the Mumbai police Commissioner stated that the dismissal is "under provision of 311(2)(B) Constitution of India." Waze was arrested by the National Investigation Agency for his alleged role in placing the mysterious SUV with gelatin sticks outside billionaire Mukesh Ambani's house… read-more
The NIA has announced Rs seven lakh prize money on wanted Madvi Hidma, leader of People's Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) battalion-1. While the reward on Madvi was announced for a 2019 murder case of Chhattisgarh legislator Bhima Mandavi, Madvi also orchestrated the Sukma-Bijapur border attack on April 3, which killed 22 security personnel. Leader of around 180-250 maoists, Madvi is youngest member of CPI (Maoists) supreme 21-membered ‘… read-more
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NIA sources on April 9 said Sachin Vaze was "planning another big act" after the Antilia bomb scare. The agency is also connecting the dots to decipher whether ex-cop Pradeep Sharma helped Vaze. Meanwhile, it stated Param Bir Singh was being questioned as a witness and not a suspect in the case. Earlier, a special NIA court sent Vaze to judicial custody and granted CBI an access to his diaries.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) in its probe revealed that the arrested cop Sachin Waze allegedly operated an extortion racket from the 5-star hotel at Nariman Point. The investigations exposed, Waze was allotted room number 1964 in the hotel for 100 days at Rs.12 lakh by a businessman. Besides, he used a bogus Aadhar card and named himself Sushant Sadashiv Khamkar to check-in where he stayed from February 16-20.
A Delhi-based NIA Court has sentenced 10 years imprisonment for Pakistani Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Bahadur Ali. The Patiala House court held Bahadur responsible for terrorist attacks at different places in India. The court found him guilty under various IPC sections, including the Arms Act, the Explosives Act, and the Indian Wireless Telegraphy Act. Arrested from Kupwara with heavy weaponry, Ali entered via J&K with two aides to carry… read-more
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The National Investigation Agency, accompanied by suspended police officer Sachin Vaze, recovered a laptop, two number plates, CPUs and a digital video recorder from the Mithi river in Mumbai. Arrested in relation to Mansukh Hiran's death case, Vaze was taken to the spot by the police around 3 PM. The police, with the local and professional divers, is likely to recover more evidence from the river.
Courtesy: The New Indian Express