JAMMU — The Jammu Police has submitted a chargesheet in the court of 3rd Additional Sessions Judge Jammu (NIA) against two individuals, identified as Abdul Waris and Masrat Hussain, in connection with a ‘terror’ case.
According to an official statement, the case, registered under FIR No. 255/2010, involves various sections of the law, including 13, 17, and 20 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, as well as 120-B of the Ranbir Penal Code.
The investigation uncovered that on October 25, 2010, the police apprehended Abdul Waris and Masrat Hussain near Vaishnavi Dham during a routine checkpoint operation. Upon interrogation, they revealed their identities and were found to be carrying a significant amount of cash, anti-national materials, and printed letter pads affiliated with banned terrorist organizations.
The official disclosed that further investigation revealed alarming details, as both accused individuals confessed to crossing the Line of Control (LoC) from Poonch and undergoing training in Pakistan approximately a decade ago.
The official added that they admitted to being associated with commanders of HM/LeT outfits, with the aim of executing militant activities in Jammu and Kashmir. The recovered funds were allegedly intended to finance insurgent activities and recruit local youths in Doda and Kishtwar, the official further stated.
Elaborating on the comprehensive investigation conducted by the Jammu Police, the official emphasized that charges against the accused have been substantiated, with offences under sections 13, 17, 20 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, and 120-B of the Ranbir Penal Code being established.
While the accused are presently out on bail, the chargesheet has been presented in the Honorable Court of 3rd Additional Sessions Judge Jammu (NIA) to ensure fair and impartial legal proceedings.