Udhampur Attack Case: Court extends 14 days Judicial remand of Mohd Naved & 2 others

In a much publicized Udhampur Attack Case, Special Judge, NIA, YP Kotwal today extended 14 days Judicial Remand of LeT Pak terrorist Mohd Naved @ Usman, Khursheed Ahmed Bhat and Showkat Ahmed.
Udhampur Attack Case: Court extends 14 days Judicial remand of Mohd Naved & 2 others
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In a much publicized Udhampur Attack Case, Special Judge, NIA, YP Kotwal today extended 14 days Judicial Remand of LeT Pak terrorist Mohd Naved @ Usman, Khursheed Ahmed Bhat and Showkat Ahmed.

The CD files revealed that all the accused have been arrested in case RC-08/2015/NIA/DLI of P/S NIA New Delhi, for the offences u/s 120/120-B/121/302/307 RPC, 7/27 Arms Act, 14 A of Foreigner's Act and 15/16/18/20 Unlawful Activities Prevention Act 1967. 

The court, after perusal CD file, observed that the investigation of the case is in progress and investigation of the case is scattered across various places of J&K and more persons are involved in conspiracy which needs to be verified.

After perusal of the CD file, the court observed that some of the co-accused are still absconding which is causing difficulties in unearthing the larger conspiracy behind the attack on BSF convoy.  

The court further observed that the truck which was used to carry the terrorist of LeT, has been seized and further investigation is going on, and some for the accused persons involved in this case are absconding which is causing difficulties in unearthing the larger conspiracy behind the           attack. 

With these observations, the court extended the fourteen (14) days Judicial remand of Mohammad Naved, son of Mohd Yaqoob, resident of Gulam Mohammadabad Kookianwala, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan, Khursheed Ahmed Bhat, son of Ghulam Mohammad Bhat, resident of Bhatpora Chursoo Awantipora, Pulwama, and Showkat Ahmed Bhat, son of Ali Mohd Bhat, resident of  Village Khardermuch, District                                    Pulwama.

The court also directed the NIA to lodge the accused in Kot-Bhalwal Jail and produce them before the court on expiry of the remand period. It was also directed to get the accused medically examined after every 48 hours. 

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