NIA files chargesheet in Udhampur terror attack case
New Delhi, Jan 28: The National Investigating Agency has filed a chargesheet in the Udhampur terror attack case. The NIA in its chargesheet has named Mohammad Naved as the prime accused. The chargesheet also names 8 others as accused in the case which has been termed as a Lashkar-e-Tayiba conspiracy.
On August 8 2015, two terrorists, Mohammad Naved and his accomplice had attacked a convoy of the Border Security Force at Udhampur in which two personnel of the BSF were killed. Naved was however captured alive.
The NIA states in its chargesheet that the attack was part of a larger conspiracy of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba in which Naved and his associated had infiltrated from Pakistan into India to commit specific acts of terror. The NIA says that it would continue with investigations into the matter.
During the probe the NIA had arrested several persons from Kashmir who were part of a local module which helped the Lashkar-e-Tayiba in its operations.
Naved during his interrogation had revealed several details to the NIA about the attack and also the plans of the NIA. The NIA which submitted the chargesheet to the court said that investigations would continue and evidence produced as and when they get it.