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Category: Unlawful Activities Prevention Act
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NIA files charge sheet against 10 suspected terrorists for carrying out attacks in India 25.5.2018 General News
The NIA today filed a charge sheet against 10 suspected terrorists for allegedly receiving funds from the main operatives of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) based in Pakistan and UAE for reviving terrorist activities in India. The charge sheet was filed in a special NIA court here against Amzad alias Rehan, a resident of Faislabad in Pakistan, Habib-ur-Rahman, resident of Kendrapada, Odisha, at present in Saudi Arabia, Gul Nawaz, resident of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh, currently in Saudi Arabia and Javed Ahmed, resident of Muzaffarnagar (UP), at present in Saudi Arabia, among others. Besides them, Shiekh Abdul Naeem (resident of Aurangabad, Maharashtra), Bedar Bakht alias Dhannu Raja (native of Gopalganj, Bihar), Towseef Ahmad Malik (resident of Pulwama, Kashmir), Dinesh Garg, Adish Kumar Garg and Mohd Imran (all native of Muzaffarnagar, UP) under various sections of Indian Penal Code, the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, Passport Act, Aadhar Act and the Arms Act. This case was ...
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10 LeT men charged for preparing to revive outfit's activities in India 25.5.2018 General News
The NIA today charged suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operatives Sheikh Abdul Naeem and others in a Delhi court for allegedly preparing to revive the terror outfit's activities in India on the directions of Pakistan-based handlers. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) named 10 persons -- five of whom have been arrested, while the rest are absconding -- in its charge sheet filed before District Judge Poonam A Bamba. The charge sheet, which also names two persons, who have turned approvers, will be taken up for consideration on July 4, the next date of hearing. Besides Naeem, the final report has named Bedar Bakht, Towseef Ahmad Malik, Dinesh Garg and Adish Kumar Jain as accused, who were arrested from different parts of the country, and are currently in judicial custody. The charge sheet named Habib-ur-Rahman, Gul Nawaz, Javed and Mohd Imran as absconders, besides one Amzad, a Pakistan resident. The report also listed the role of Mahfooz Alam and Abdul Samad, who were granted ...
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NIA files charge sheet against LeT operative, 9 others for preparing to revive outfit's activities in India 25.5.2018 General News
The NIA today filed a charge sheet in a Delhi court against suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba operative Sheikh Abdul Naeem and nine others for allegedly preparing to revive the terror outfit's activities in India on the directions of Pakistan-based handlers. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) filed the final report before the court of District Judge Poonam A Bamba, naming ten persons, five of whom have been arrested, while five were absconding. The charge sheet also names two persons who have turned approvers. The accused were charged under various sanctions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, Passport Act, Aadhaar Act and Arms Act.
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NIA court convicts five Indian Mujahideen terrorists in 2013 Bodh Gaya case 25.5.2018 DNA: Urban Tales
A special NIA court here today convicted five Indian Mujahideen militants in the 2013 Bodh Gaya serial blasts case in which several people including Buddhist monks were injured. Special NIA judge Manoj Kumar Sinha held all the five accused - Imtiyaz Ansari, Haider Ali, Mujib Ullah, Omair Siddiqui and Azharuddin Qureishi - guilty in the case under various sections of the Indian Penal Code, Unlawful Activity (Prevention) Act and the Explosives Act. The court fixed May 31 as the date for pronouncement of the quantum of sentence. The world-renowned Buddhist pilgrim town of Bodh Gaya was rocked by a series of explosions on the morning of July 7, 2013, which left a number of people, including some Buddhist monks, injured. A sixth accused in the case - Taufiq Ahmed - was less than 18 years of age and sentenced to three years in remand home by a juvenile court last year which found him guilty of involvement in the case. All the six accused have also been associated with the banned organisation SIMI and are ...
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Bodh Gaya 2013 blast case: NIA special court convicts five 25.5.2018 Central Chronicle
Patna, National Investigation Agency (NIA) special court here on Friday convicted five in 2013 Bodh Gaya temple complex blast case in which several pilgrims were injured in a series of nine explosions. NIA special judge Manoj Kumar Sinha convicted Haider Ali, a native of Ranchi in Jharkhand, Imtiyaz Ansari Mojibullah, Omar Sidiqqui, a native of […]
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Delhi Police opposes suspected IM operative's bail plea 23.5.2018 All News-IANS Stories
The Delhi Police on Wednesday opposed before the Supreme Court a bail plea filed by suspected Indian Mujahideen (IM) member Fasih Mahmood, who was deported from Saudi Arabia in 2012.
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Police opposes suspected IM member's bail plea in SC 23.5.2018 General News
The Delhi Police today "strongly opposed" in the Supreme Court the plea filed by a suspected Indian Mujahideen (IM) member, who was deported from Saudi Arabia in 2012, seeking bail in connection with a case relating to setting up of an alleged illegal arms factory here. The police told a bench comprising Justices A M Khanwilkar and Navin Sinha that they would file their response on the plea by accused Fasih Mahmood, who has challenged the Delhi High Court order denying him bail in the case. "I am strongly opposing it. This is not a normal matter," the counsel representing the police told the bench. The court granted two weeks' time to the police to file their response on the plea and asked the petitioner to file a rejoinder to the reply within a week thereafter. The apex court said the matter will be listed for hearing after three weeks. On April 17, the high court had dismissed the bail plea of Mahmood, who is alleged to be an aide of IM co-founder Yasin Bhatkal, observing that ...
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SC to hear bail plea of suspected IM member on May 23 21.5.2018 General News
The Supreme Court today decided to hear on Wednesday a plea by a suspected Indian Mujahideen (IM) member, who was deported from Saudi Arabia in 2012, challenging a Delhi High Court order denying him bail in a case relating to setting up of an alleged illegal arms factory here. The plea came up for hearing before a bench comprising Justices A M Khanwilkar and Navin Sinha and the court asked the counsel appearing for accused Fasih Mahmood to serve the copy of the petition to the lawyer representing the state. "You serve the copy (of petition) to the standing counsel for the state. We will have it day after tomorrow (May 23)," the bench told the lawyer. During the brief hearing, the counsel said that 70 prosecution witnesses were yet to be examined by the trial court in the matter but none of them relates to his case. On April 17, the high court had dismissed the bail plea observing that there was no valid reason to grant the relief to Mahmood, who is alleged to be an aide of IM ...
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NIA books for 15 death of Shiva Sena leaders 20.5.2018 Hindu: Rx
Two charge sheets have been filed against 15 people in connection with the killing of Shiv Sena’s Punjab-based leaders Satpal Sharma and Durga Prasad
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Terror group KLF killed 2 Shiv Sena leaders in Punjab: NIA 20.5.2018 General News
Two charge sheets have been filed against 15 people in connection with the killings of Shiv Sena's Punjab-based leaders Satpal Sharma and Durga Prasad Gupta by operatives of terror group Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF), the NIA said today. The charge sheets were filed in a special court in Mohali yesterday in under various sections of the Indian Penal Code, the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and the Arms Act, the National Investigation Agency said. Sharma and his son Kumar, who were followers of Dera Sacha Sauda, were killed on February 25 last year at 'Naam Charcha Ghar' in Jageda area in Ludhiana, while Gupta was shot dead on April 23, 2016 in Khanna, also in Ludhiana. The NIA said during investigation it was found that killings of Sharma, his son and Gupta were part of a trans-national conspiracy hatched by the senior leadership of the KLF. "Eight incidents of killings or attempted killings were executed as part of this conspiracy between January, 2016 and October, 2017 in ..
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NIA files charge sheets in Shiv Sena's Punjab leaders killings 20.5.2018 All News-IANS Stories
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed two separate charge sheets against 15 accused in connection with killings of Shiv Sena's Punjab leaders Durga Gupta and Satpal Sharma, an offcial said on Sunday.
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NIA files charge sheet against Pakistani LeT terrorist Mohammed Amir 18.5.2018 General News
The National Investigating Agency today filed a charge sheet in a city court against an alleged Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist, saying he had infiltrated into India intending to carry out terror attacks in different areas including Delhi. Mohammed Amir Awan was nabbed by the army on November 24 last year from Handwara area of North Kashmir during an intensive search launched after an encounter in the area three days before, that had left three alleged Lashkar militants dead. One soldier was also killed during the encounter. The charge sheet, filed before District Judge Poonam A Bamba, said "Mohammad Amir, along with three others, had illegally infiltrated into Indian Territory from Pakistan along with weapons, ammunition, grenades, navigation and communication equipment with an intention to carry out terrorist attack at different parts of India including Delhi upon the directions of their handlers in Pakistan," The final report, filed during an in-chamber proceeding, was understood to have
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Four NSCN(K) cadres arrested 16.5.2018 The Assam Tribune
Four NSCN(K) cadres arrested
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NIA files charge sheets in Hindu leader, pastor murder cases 15.5.2018 General News
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday filed two separate charge sheets against 15 accused in the killings of pastor Sultan Masih and Hindu leader Amit Sharma.During investigation, it was found that the killings of Amit Sharma and pastor Sultan Masih were part of a trans-national conspiracy hatched by the senior leadership of the Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF).In the charge sheet, the agency has named following people as accused-Hardeep Singh, alias Shera, alias Pahalwan, Ramandeep Singh, alias Canadian, alias Bagga, Dharminder Singh, alias Guguni, Parvez, alias Farru, Malook Tomar, Harmeet Singh, alias PhD, Gurjant Singh, Gursharanbir Singh, Anil Kumar, alias Kala, Ravipal, Jagtar Singh Johal, alias Jaggi, Amaninder Singh, Manpreet Singh, alias Mani Pahad Singh, and Gurjinder Singh Shastri.All the accused have been booked under Sections 302, 379, 416 and 120 B of Indian Penal Code (IPC) and under relevant Sections of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 and Arms ..
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Safdar Nagori, 17 SIMI cadres sentenced to 7-yr RI in Kerala 15.5.2018 General News
A special NIA court here sentenced 18 SIMI members, including its leader Safdar Nagori, to seven years of rigorous imprisonment (RI) today, after they were found guilty of organising an arms training camp for the members of the banned outfit in Kerala in 2007. Special NIA court Judge Kauser Edappagath also sentenced the convicts to varying terms of imprisonment under different sections of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), the Explosive Substances Act (ESA) and section 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). They were sentenced to one-year RI under section 10 and five-year RI under section 38 of the UAPA, seven-year RI under section 4 of the ESA and seven-year RI under section 120-B, IPC. Of the convicts, 13 were also found guilty under section 20 of the UAPA (punishment for being a member of a terrorist organisation/gang) and sentenced to seven years of RI. The court imposed a fine of Rs 1 lakh each on the 13 convicts found guilty under various ...
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Four NSCN(K) cadres arrested in Meghalaya 15.5.2018 General News
Four cadres of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland Khaplang (NSCN-K) were arrested from Meghalayas West Jaintia Hills district, police said today. Forty-year-old Gaising Maringmei, a self-styled 'revenue' secretary of the NSCN-K was picked up on Sunday evening from Khliehtyrshi village in the district and later arrested, Superintendent of Police Vivek Syiem told PTI. Gaising's arrest led to the arrest of two other members of the militant group from their hideout in the village, the Syiem said. The fourth NSCN member who has been acting as a courier for the outfit was arrested later in the night from a hotel in the state capital here, the SP said. Cash Rs 2 lakh, multiple SIM cards, mobile phones and other documents and extortion notes of NSCN-K were seized from their respective places of hiding, the Syiem said. According to the SP, the NSCN-K was carrying out extortion activities in the coal rich Jaintia hills region to procure arms and ammunition. After his ...
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Safdar Nagori, 17 SIMI cadres sentenced to 7 yrs RI in Kerala 15.5.2018 General News
A special NIA court here today sentenced 18 SIMI members, including its leader Safdar Nagori, to seven years rigorous imprisonment (RI) after they were found guilty of organising an arms training camp for the banned outfit in Kerala in 2007. Special NIA court Judge Kauser Edappagath also sentenced them to varying terms of imprisonment under different sections of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), the Explosives Substances Act (ESA) and Section 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). They were sentenced to one-year RI under Section 10 and five years under Section 38 of the UAPA, seven years RI under Section 4 of the ESA and seven years under the IPC's Section 120(B). The sentences would run concurrently. Fourteen convicts, who have been in judicial custody for more than seven years will get the benefit of set off allowed by the court, a defence lawyer said. The court had yesterday acquitted 17 others in the case. The case was registered by the Kerala ...
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Vagamon SIMI Case: NIA court awards 7 years rigorous imprisonment to 18 people 15.5.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
The Kochi court also imposed a fine of ₹25000 on each of the accused.
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Mirza’s shocked neighbours find it hard to believe 15.5.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research
Mumbai: The Badr Masjid chawl in Behrambaug, Jogeshwari, where terror accused Faisal Mirza used to stay, wore a look of despair on Monday. Relatives
NIA court convicts 18 in SIMI terror camp case 14.5.2018 Hindu: National
A special court for National Investigation Agency cases here on Monday found 18 accused, including four Keralites, guilty in a case relating to holdi
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