New Delhi, June 16: A special court of the National Investigation Agency has convicted and sentenced three Lashkar-e-Tayiba operatives to 10 years rigorous imprisonment in connection with the Nanded Lashkar case.
Those convicted are Mohammad Muzammil, Mohammad Sadiq and Mohammad Akram. The case was first registered at the ATS Kalachowki, Mumbai following the recovery of firearms and subsequent arrest of the accused. The probe found that the accused are members of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Karkat-ul-Jihadi Islami. The case was then handed over to the NIA.
New Delhi, June 01: The National Investigation Agency has unravelled a conspiracy where a group of people were plotting to kill Hindu leaders in Tamil Nadu.
Last week, the NIA arrested one Mohammad Ashiq aged 20 years after it was learnt that he was part of a conspiracy to kill Hindu leaders in Tamil Nadu. He was picked up after investigations found that he was one of the seven accused part of forming a terrorist group owing allegiance to the Islamic State.
New Delhi, Nov 21: Under the radar of Sikh militants and the Lashkar-e-Taiba are VHP and RSS leaders. A plan has been hatched in Pakistan to target these leaders ahead of the assembly elections.
The intercepts picked up and deciphered by the Multi Agency Centre, the counter terrorism unit suggests that militant forces are being mobilised in large numbers to carry out a spate of attacks on Hindu leaders ahead of the elections.