The NIA has filed two chargesheets in connection with the killing a Hindu leader and said that it was part of a transnational plot to to divide communities. The case pertains to the killing of Satpal Singh and his son Ramesh Kumar at Naam Charcha Ghar at Ludhiana. They were working at the canteen of Naam Charcha Ghar when they were killed.
The NIA has filed a chargesheet against Mohammad Amir a Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist. In its chargesheet, the NIA says that he had illegally infiltrated into India from Pakistan.
The National Investigation Agency has taken over the probe into a naxal related case registered in Jharkhand. The case was registered in compliance with a Home Ministry directive.
The Union Government has put in place a mechanism that aims at choking the funds of naxalites. The move to set up a special unit within the NIA to track funds of naxals came after it was found that the Maoists had amassed huge amounts of wealth and assets.
Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Zabiullah who was arrested by the National Investigation Agency has said that he entered India to carry out large scale attacks on security forces.
The National Investigation Agency says that it has unearthed a transnational conspiracy hatched by the Khalistan Liberation Force. This came to light when the NIA probed the killing of a Hindu leader, Ravinder Gosain.
A dreaded female recruiter of the Islamic State has been interrogated by the National Investigation Agency. A two-member team of the agency travelled to the Philippines to question Karen Aisha Hamidon, a 36-year-old Filipino woman accused of radicalising several Indians over the past four years.
The arrest of an absconding accused in connection with the Kalamassery bus burning case has provided a shot in the arm for the National Investigation Agency.
Syed Shahid Yusuf, the son of Hizbul Mujahideen chief, Syed Salahuddin has been charged with indulging in activities that promoted terrorism in Kashmir. Yusuf who is a government employee in Budgam town of central Kashmir was arrested on charges of receiving money through international wire transfers in a bid to cause unrest in the Valley.
A key conspirator in a fake currency case has been arrested, S K Rahim, a resident of Malda in West Bengal was apprehended by the National Investigation Agency.