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JAMMU — Jammu and Kashmir’s State Investigation Agency (SIA) Jammu has filed a charge sheet against four militants of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) outfit, who were involved in carrying out a number of militant attacks in J&K.

As per the news agency KNO, the case was initially registered in Police Station Mahore of district Reasi but later on transferred to SIA Jammu by the orders of police headquarters.

The investigation has established that the Pakistan-based terrorist Mohd Qasim and Zia-Ul-Rehman, who actually are residents of Jammu & Kashmir and after joining terrorist ranks ex-filtrated to Pakistan and used drones for supplying arms, ammunition, and explosives in Jammu and Kashmir and the same were collected by the accused Talib Hussain Shah and his associates.

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The investigation has further established that on the directions of Pakistan-based handlers Talib Hussain Shah had recruited many youths of Jammu and Kashmir and had revived the terror ecosystem in Chenab Valley and Pir Panjal area.

The investigation also proved that the accused persons are also involved in minority killings and are involved in creating fear psychosis among the general masses. The investigation revealed they had been directed to carry out attacks on security forces, and vital installations to meet the objective of secession of J&K from the Union of India.

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The case has been minutely supervised by Director of SIA J&K to reach its logical conclusion.

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