SRINAGAR: The National Investigation Agency (
on Sunday apprehended a Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) operative who supposedly handed down delicate security info, particularly on motion of security forces in J&K, to his Pakistan-based handlers.
Incriminating files taken from
Mohd Ubaid Malik
enhanced his participation in fear activities while remaining in consistent touch with a JeM leader in Pakistan, an NIA spokesperson stated.
“The arrest belongs to NIA’s crackdown against conspiracies hatched by proscribed terrorist organisations throughout the border to destabilise India through attacks in J&K,” the NIA representative stated.
Malik was jailed in a case of June 2022 in which the main company had actually performed raids at over a lots areas in J&K on Saturday as part of a sweeping drive to take apart the horror network.
Kupwara, the raids were carried out in Srinagar, Budgam, Pulwama, Shopian, Awantipora, Anantnag,
and Poonch. The action was focused on numerous horror clothing, consisting of cadres of the prohibited Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) and ratings of overground employees, according to NIA authorities.
The June 2022 case relate to supposed conspiracies– hatched physically and online– for attacks with sticky bombs, magnetic bombs, improvised explosive gadgets (IEDs) and little arms.
The dynamites are provided by drones and put together in your area for the attacks, primarily on minorities and security forces, NIA authorities stated.