New Delhi: The National Investigative Agency (NIA) conducted raids on Saturday in multiple locations in Chandigarh and in Jammu and Kashmir in two separate cases linked to terrorist activity.
According to sources, raids have been conducted at the premises and hideouts of several suspects in these cases.
The move was made by the Central Counter-Terrorism Agency in 14 locations in Jammu and Kashmir to target minorities, minorities, and those involved in growing terrorist activities by various terrorist organizations banned in the Union Territory (UT). It took place a day after conducting a search targeting security personnel. .
The search operation conducted on Friday targeted locations in Kulgam, Pulwama, Anantnag, Sopole and Jammu districts.
Authorities seized various incriminating materials, including digital devices, SIM cards, and digital storage devices, from the premises they searched.
According to authorities, the case is linked to a criminal conspiracy to carry out terrorist and subversive activities created by various banned organizations’ Executives and Ground Workers (OWG) and their affiliates and offshoots. , which operates on request under various pseudonyms. of Pakistani commanders and handlers.
“They are using cyberspace in Jammu and Kashmir to carry out terrorist attacks, target minorities and security personnel, and spread communal disharmony,” the NIA said.
The case was suo-moto registered by the Jammu branch of the NIA on June 21 this year. (agency)