New Delhi, Dec 19: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against 10 accused including designated terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun in connection with a SJF, Khalistan case. The banned outfit is accused of carrying propaganda activities both online and on ground campaigns in support of SFJ and Referendum- 2020.
These acts were committed by a gang of radicalised Sikh youth under direction and financial assistance from SFJ handlers located abroad as part of an organised conspiracy by the accused for launching a concerted secessionist campaign for creation of ‘Khalistan’.
New Delhi, Aug 25: The National Investigation Agency is set to file its chargesheet in the Pulwama attack case.
The chargesheet which would run into nearly 5,000 pages will be filed in Jammu. A team of the NIA has reached the Jammu court to file the chargesheet. The chargesheet would focus on the attack, which claimed the lives of 40 CRPF jawans.
Imphal, Oct 6: The National Investigation Agency has submitted its first chargesheet in connection with the missing arms case reported in Manipur. The NIA has charged 8 persons in connection with the case.
New Delhi, Sept 25: The Central Bureau of Investigation will re-examine a chargesheet filed in connection with the IPL betting scandal.
A team of the CBI which is probing a bribery scandal involving officials from the Enforcement Directorate has decided to re-look at the IPL betting scandal chargesheet and find out if there was a lacuna in it.
The 8,000 page chargesheet filed against Areeb Majeed tells a story of a reluctant jihadi. Areeb Majeed who along with three of his friends left for Iraq to fight alongside the ISIS returned to India dejected and helpless after he realized that he was sidelined. “What I saw out of there was nothing like what was proclaimed by the ISIS. Indians are sidelined, women are treated with disrespect, Majeed told the National Investigating Agency which filed a detailed chargesheet. Read more:
The 300 page chargesheet filed against Indian Mujahideen operative, Yasin Bhatkal is more about his aspirations than what he really could do. Reading through the charges levelled against him by the National Investigation Agency, it appears as though he has lied his way through regarding a lot of aspects which unfortunately have found a mention in the chargesheet. Nuclear weapons, the Al-Qaeda link and also going against the ISI are very debatable issues and even the experts including officers in the Intelligence Bureau say it is one thing to aspire and a whole other aspect to actually do something.