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SIU presents charge-sheet against terrorist associate

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SRINAGAR: The Special Investigation Unit (SIU)-II Srinagar on Tuesday presented a chargesheet against a terrorist associate and an active terrorist before the special designated NIA Court, Srinagar.
According to a police handout, the charge-sheet was presented in a case FIR No 02/2023 under Section 8/21 NDPS Act, 302 IPC and 13, 18, 20, 38, 39, 40 UA (P) Act of Police Station Kothibagh.
It said that the case was registered on January 10, 2023 after one scooterist was stopped for checking by a police party at a checkpoint at Regal Chowk Srinagar. He had been identified as Farzan Ferooz, son of Ferooz Ahmed Mir, resident of Frestibal Pampore, who was transporting objectionable items with him in a blue bag on scooter and could not give any justification for carrying these items.
Accordingly, a case FIR number 02/2023 under relevant sections of law was registered at Police Station Kothibagh and investigation was set into motion.
During the course of investigation, it was found that Feroz Farzan was transporting objectionable items like contraband heroin, Indian currency cash Rs 9,50,000, LeT terror outfit’s letter pad pages and matrix sheet on the instance of LeT terrorist operating from Pakistan, namely Owais Ahmed Mir in order to conduct terrorist activities in UT J&K.
The investigation also revealed that, a motorcycle, Pulsar 200, bearing registration number JK13H-2452 was found to be used in terrorist activities. Accordingly, the motorcycle was attached under Section 25 UA (P) Act.
During further course of investigation, the search of absconding accused person was conducted and it was found that the accused, identified as Owais Ferroz (active terrorist) son of Ferooz Ahmed Mir resident of Frestibal Pampore, presently at Pakistan is concealing himself in order to avoid arrest in the cases registered against him.
The report in this connection has been submitted to Court for initiation of proclamation proceedings against the accused person so that proceedings under section 82 and 83 CRPC could be initiated.
The investigation of the case has been closed under Section 173 CRPC however, the involvement of other accused cannot be over ruled, therefore investigation will continue under Section 173(8) CRPC.

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