NIA attaches immovable property in Lethpora

SRINAGAR — The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Wednesday attached an immovable property in Lethpora area of Pulwama district in South Kashmir.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) attached six shops that were built on 5.5 Marlas land under survey no 2664 Min  under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) in Lethpora area of Pulwama district.

Quoting an official, news agency KDC reported that the attached shops belong to Fayaz Ahmad Magray, Son of Late Jalalud Din Magray of Awantipora who is accused in NIA case RC-10/2018/NIA/DLI.

The official, as per the report said, Magray is is one of the accused in Lethpora Fidayeen Attack case in which a group of three (03) heavily armed militants belonging to Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) attacked on CRPF Group Centre at Lethpora in the intervening night of 30/31st December, 2017. In this attack, five (05) CRPF personnel were killed and three (03) others got injured.

The accused Fayaz Ahmad Magray was an active associate of slain militant Noor Mohd. Tantray and played an active role in planning and execution of this attack, he said.

After the attack, in the month of January 2018, the role of Mudasir Ahmad khan who was an OGW of JeM at that time came into the knowledge of Police and a raid was conducted at his house. Fayaz Ahmad Magray immediately facilitated Mudasir Ahmed khan to join the JeM militant ranks as an active militant by arranging weapon through JeM commander Mufti Waqas. He also escorted him and helped him to cross the police check posts while escaping, he said.