Monday, October 25, 2021

Indian NIA Collects Strong Evidence in Pulwama Terror Attack Case

Indian National Investigation Agency (NIA) has come up with strong evidence in the Pulwama Terror attack case. NIA will soon give details of the case that involved four or five Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) militants, including the suicide bomber Adil Ahmad Dar.

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The National Investigation Agency investigators informed, “the Pakistani footprint in the attack is clearly visible. The bomber’s vehicle was loaded RDX stored in a container. While it is still being investigated on how the JeM unit behind the attack managed to procure the RDX, investigators believe that the explosives came from across the border”.

“The owner of the Maruti Eeco vehicle used in the February 14 attack on a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) convoy that killed 40 troopers has also been identified,” said the investigators. “We have the full details about the vehicle, which was sighted with the same group at least a couple of times,” added an NIA investigator.

However, the NIA declined to reveal the identities of people involved in the attack at this stage.” The full details of the case should be known over the next two weeks”, said the senior official.

The senior officials said: “We have pieces of evidence; the job of joining of dots to unravel the entire conspiracy is on. Someone brought the RDX from across the border, while another person rigged the device. The vehicle was perhaps repainted with someone doing the reconnaissance of the spot and selection of the target. We have the full picture of the attack.”

Earlier, the NIA compiled a report in which it has raised serious questions on the current security arrangements and also warned about possible security threats. “The continuing infiltration of the armed terrorists into the Indian territory from the Jammu Frontier poses a grave threat to security establishments and vital installations in this area,” said the NIA report.

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