NIA seized three vehicles in suspended DSP Davinder Singh’s case

SRINAGAR — National Investigation Agency (NIA) has seized three vehicles in case of suspended DSP Davinder Sing’s case that were used for furtherance of militant activities in Kashmir, official sources said on Saturday.

Official sources told Srinagar based news agency Kashmir Dot Com that four vehicles that were used by accused persons for the furtherance of militancy activities in Kashmir Valley were seized by the national probing agency NIA.

The case pertains to the arrest of 04 accused persons, including two active militants of Hizb-ul- Mujahideen (HM), who were going out of the UT of J&K in order to commit ‘terrorist’ acts, in a Hyundai i20 Car bearing Registration No. JK-03H-1738, they said.

Based on information, they said this car was intercepted at Al-Stop naka on Srinagar-Jammu national Highway, near Mir Bazar Police Post, in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district, on 11.01.2020.

“During search, one AK-47 Rifle, 03 pistols, 01 hand grenade, ammunition and other incriminating material were recovered and seized”.

“Investigations have revealed that the Hyundai i20 owned and used by accused Irfan Shafi Mir, Maruti 800 registered in the name of Mushtaq Ahmad Shah and used by his son accused Syed Naveed Mushtaq Ahmad Shah, and Hyundai i20 Sportz registered and used by Tanveer Ahmad Wani of Humhama were used for militant activities. Further investigations in the case are in progress,” NIA said in a statement.

The case was initially registered in PS Qazigund on 11.01.2020 and re-registered by NIA on 17.01.2020, the statement added. — (KDC)