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NIA files chargesheet against LeT militant Bahadur Ali for 'waging war against India'

Bahadur Ali Was Given Training In Pakistan And Was Given Weapons,GPS Devices Through Which He Communicated With Pakistan Handlers, Says NIA IG Alok Mittal.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Apoorva Nawaz | Updated on: 06 Jan 2017, 01:34:05 PM
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New Delhi:

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) filed a chargesheet at Patiala House Court in New Delhi against captured Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant Bahadur Ali , for waging a war against India including many other charges.

The NIA has filed a charge sheet against Bahadur Ali for conspiring to carry out a terror attack in Delhi and many cities of Jammu and Kashmir.

Commenting on the chargesheet, NIA Inspector General (IG), Alok Mittal said that "NIA has strong and clinching evidence on how LeT terrorists were sent across border to India."  

"Bahadur Ali was given training in Pakistan and was given weapons,GPS devices through which he communicated with Pakistan handlers," added Alok Mittal.

The militant has also been accused of stone pelting and stirring trouble in the valley post-Burhan Wani's encounter in July last year. The stone pelting incident in J&K has been done as a part of Lashkar-e-Taiba's conspiracy against India. His name also surfaced post Uri-attack. However, the NIA has failed to extract any information from Bahudur Ali on Uri attack.

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Ali was arrested in June 2016. During the time of arrest many recoveries were been made form including Japanese high-end communication equipments, and I Com sets.

The similar sets of ammunition were recovered from the Uri terrorists also. Ali was interrogated in the Uri case as well.

NIA has charged Ali with criminal conspiracy, waging war against India, various sections of the anti-terror law - unlawful activities, prevention act, arms act, explosives act and the Wireless act for illegally possessing arms, ammunitions.

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First Published : 06 Jan 2017, 12:58:00 PM