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Udhampur attack: NIA releases sketch of Naved's accomplices


Udhampur, Aug 18: Zargam and Abu Okasha are the two accomplices of Mohammad Naved that the National Investigating Agency has launched a manhunt for.

The sketches released by the NIA suggest that these two were accomplices of Naved, the terrorist who carried out the Udhampur attack.

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The NIA had prepared the sketches on the information given to them by Naved.

These two persons said to be accomplices of Naved are absconding and the NIA has lauched a manhunt for the duo while also announcing a reward of Rs 5 lakh each.

Who are Naved's accomplices?

As per the information available with the NIA, Zargham who goes by the alias, Mohammad Bhai is aged around 38 to 40 years old.

He is a resident of Khyber Paktunkhwa in Pakistan. Abu Okasha who is aged around 17 to 18 years is a resident of Hazara Khyber Paktunkhwa. He is around 5.2 feet tall.

The NIA is digging more details on these two persons who are said to have assisted Naved and Noman stage the Udhampur attack, NIA officials say.

We believe that these two operatives of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba may still be holed up in India.

Naved will undergo a lie detector test later today where more information is likely to spill out.

Yesterday the court had granted the NIA permission to subject Naved to a lie detector of polygraph test after he gave his consent.

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