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3Novices:Captured Pakistani terrorist sent to judicial custody

3Novices:Captured Pakistani terrorist sent to judicial custody

Jammu, Aug 24 (IANS) A court here on Monday sent Udhampur terror attack accused Muhammad Naveed alias Qasim Khan, a Pakistani national, to judicial custody till August 26. Jammu’s chief judicial magistrate Sunnet Gupta issued the order. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is probing the Udhampur terror attack in which three people, including two BSF troopers, were killed and 11 troopers…

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Captured Pakistani terrorist sent to judicial custody

Jammu, Aug 24 (IANS) A court here on Monday sent Udhampur terror attack accused Muhammad Naveed alias Qasim Khan, a Pakistani national, to judicial custody till August 26.


Jammu’s chief judicial magistrate Sunnet Gupta issued the order.

The accused had earlier been on police remand for 15 days.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is probing the Udhampur terror attack in which three people, including two BSF troopers, were killed and 11 troopers injured on the Jammu-Srinagar National highway on August 5.

After escaping from the attack site, the accused had entered Chirdi village near Samroli on the highway and taken three people hostage. He was finally over-powered by his hostages and handed over to police.

So far, the NIA has rounded up around half a dozen people for questioning based on identification by Naveed.

Militant caught during Udhampur attack produced in Delhi court for trial

Mohammad Naved, the suspected Pakistani militant who was caught by the local residents during Udhampur terror attacks, was produced at Patiala House Court in national capital New Delhi on Monday (August 17). A Delhi court granted permission to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to conduct a polygraph or lie-detector test on Naved, alias Usman Khan. The captured militant, after the first round of investigation, had confessed that he hailed from Faisalabad in Pakistan and he and that his slain partner were part of a larger group of militants who had infiltrated to India. Earlier this month, two paramilitary Border Security Force (BSF) personnel were martyred when a group of militants attacked their convoy in Jammu and Kashmir’s Udhampur district.
Militant caught during Udhampur attack produced in Delhi court for trial

Mohammad Naved, the suspected Pakistani militant who was caught by the local residents during Udhampur terror attacks, was produced at Patiala House Court in national capital New Delhi on Monday (August 17). A Delhi court granted permission to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to conduct a polygraph or lie-detector test on Naved, alias Usman Khan. The captured militant, after the first round of investigation, had confessed that he hailed from Faisalabad in Pakistan and he and that his slain partner were part of a larger group of militants who had infiltrated to India. Earlier this month, two paramilitary Border Security Force (BSF) personnel were martyred when a group of militants attacked their convoy in Jammu and Kashmir’s Udhampur district.