J&K Police approaches Google for Parra’s email details

J&K Police approaches Google for Parra’s email details
File Photo of PDP leader waheed ParraSource: Twitter@parawahid

Srinagar, June 13: J&K Police has approached Google and the US authorities, asking them to preserve the emails allegedly sent by the arrested Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Youth Wing President Waheed Parra to Pakistan-based militant groups.

Parra has been chargesheeted by the Counter Intelligence Wing Kashmir (CIK) of J&K CID under the Prevention of Unlawful Activities Act (UAPA) allegedly for establishing a nexus with militants to seek their backing for political gains and for reciprocating by way of providing a range of help and support which led to militant strikes.

Through the Ministry of External Affairs, J&K Police has approached the US authorities, by invoking the provisions of the mutual legal assistance treaty (MLAT), to provide necessary assistance in the case.

“Google US has been approached through proper channels as per their standard norms to provide details and contents of emails exchanged by Parra through his three emails IDs with militant groups in Pakistan,” a source said.

While the CIK has submitted the charge sheet against Parra in a local court, the NIA has also presented a charge sheet against him in the designated court for allegedly paying Rs 5 crore to the son-in-law of separatist leader, Syed Ali Geelani for keeping Kashmir in turmoil after the death of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen’sBurhanWani in 2016.

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