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NIA raids several locations in Kashmir in ex-DSP Davinder Singh case

By The Assam Tribune
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NEW DELHI/SRINAGAR, Sept 22: Tightening the noose around suspended Deputy Superintendent (DSP) Davinder Singh, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday carried out searches at several locations in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district.

An NIA official privy to the development told IANS, "NIA is conducting raids in different parts of Baramulla in the case."

The NIA sources in Srinagar said that the anti-terror probe agency teams along with police raided the house of Rasool Waza in Waza Mohalla Raypora Phalhalan.

According to the source, Waza is a retired government employee of the state Health Department.

The source said that his son, namely Farooq Ahmad, presently a government employee in the health department, and another son, namely Mushtaq Ahmad Waza, crossed the LoC for illegal arms/ammunition training in 1993 and have not returned till date.

The development comes almost three months after the NIA filed a chargesheet against six persons, including suspended Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Superintendent of Police, in a special NIA court in Jammu.

The NIA has named Naveed Mushtaq alias Naveed Babu, Irfan Shafi Mir, Rafi Rather, Tanveer Ahmad Wani, and Syed Irfan in its chargesheet, besides Davinder Singh.

The suspended police officer is lodged in the Kathua jail at Hiranagar in the Jammu division. He was arrested by the police on January 11 on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway while transporting two HM terrorists -- Naveed Babu and Rafi Ahmad Rather -- and a law school dropout Irfan Shafi Mir to Jammu.

Naveed's brother Irfan was arrested on January 23 for his 'role' in the conspiracy while Wani came under the scanner for allegedly giving money to Naveed, a former Special Police Officer of J&K who had joined the terrorist ranks. - IANS

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NIA raids several locations in Kashmir in ex-DSP Davinder Singh case

NEW DELHI/SRINAGAR, Sept 22: Tightening the noose around suspended Deputy Superintendent (DSP) Davinder Singh, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday carried out searches at several locations in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district.

An NIA official privy to the development told IANS, "NIA is conducting raids in different parts of Baramulla in the case."

The NIA sources in Srinagar said that the anti-terror probe agency teams along with police raided the house of Rasool Waza in Waza Mohalla Raypora Phalhalan.

According to the source, Waza is a retired government employee of the state Health Department.

The source said that his son, namely Farooq Ahmad, presently a government employee in the health department, and another son, namely Mushtaq Ahmad Waza, crossed the LoC for illegal arms/ammunition training in 1993 and have not returned till date.

The development comes almost three months after the NIA filed a chargesheet against six persons, including suspended Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Superintendent of Police, in a special NIA court in Jammu.

The NIA has named Naveed Mushtaq alias Naveed Babu, Irfan Shafi Mir, Rafi Rather, Tanveer Ahmad Wani, and Syed Irfan in its chargesheet, besides Davinder Singh.

The suspended police officer is lodged in the Kathua jail at Hiranagar in the Jammu division. He was arrested by the police on January 11 on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway while transporting two HM terrorists -- Naveed Babu and Rafi Ahmad Rather -- and a law school dropout Irfan Shafi Mir to Jammu.

Naveed's brother Irfan was arrested on January 23 for his 'role' in the conspiracy while Wani came under the scanner for allegedly giving money to Naveed, a former Special Police Officer of J&K who had joined the terrorist ranks. - IANS

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