A particular NIA court docket in Mohali, Punjab, has issued a non-bailable warrant in opposition to two Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF) militants within the case of dropping of arms and ammunition in Punjab by working a drone from Pakistan.
Warrant in opposition to Nita and Bagga
An NIA spokesman mentioned that non-bailable warrants have been issued in opposition to Ranjit Singh Neeta, a resident of RSpura, Jammu and Gurmeet Singh alias Bagga of Hosiapur. Nita is at present residing in Pakistan and Bagga in Germany. The case pertains to the September incident final 12 months when a drone or unmanned aerial automobile (UAV) was used at Chola Sahib in Punjab to smash arms, ammunition and pretend Indian forex notes. <! –
Both terrorists are hiding overseas
According to the NIA, the investigation revealed that Neeta and Bagga performed a job within the conspiracy to drop weapons and pretend notes inside the Indian border. The head of the KZF is hiding in Nita Pakistan whereas Bagga, related to the identical group, is hiding in Hamburg, Germany. KZF has been declared a terrorist group.
Nine folks arrested up to now
The NIA had taken over the investigation because it was a menace to nationwide safety aside from the menace to the lives and property of civilians as a consequence of this weapon fall. Investigation revealed that each of them presumably carried out the incident with the assistance of some folks in Punjab and so they can perform terrorist actions within the state. So far 9 folks have been arrested on this case.