Darul-Uloom among multiple locations raided by NIA in Kashmir

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National Investigation Agency (NIA) Sunday raided multiple locations in Kashmir Valley and arrested some alleged accused persons in different cases.

Reliable sources told News Agency Kashmir Dot Com (KDC) that NIA along with Jammu and Kashmir Police and CRPF raided a Darul Uloom located in Nawabazar in Kashmir Capital Srinagar and conducted searches in it. Some important documents, a laptop were seized on spot and its chairman Adnaan Ahmad Nadvi son of Noor Din Bhat, a resident of Hawal was arrested by NIA for further investigation.

Sources said that the Darul Uloom that was raided today morning is affiliated with Darul Uloom Lucknow.

Similarly, reports reaching KDC from South Kashmir’s Anantnag district that raids were conducted at several location including Pushroo Achbal, Magray Pora Achabal, Sunsooma Achabal by NIA along with Jammu and Kashmir Police and CRPF

Reports said that all but five persons identified as Javid Ahmad Mir son of Mohammad Shaban Mir (23), resident of Sunsooma Achabal, Umar Bhat son of Nissar Bhat, a resident of Magray Mohalla Achabal running a readymade shop, Owais Ahmad Baht son of Nissar Ah Bhat resident of Magray Mohall Achabal, Taveer Ah Bhat Son of Gul Mohammad Bhat, a resident of Goori Mohalla Achabl and Zeeshan Amin Malik son of Mohammad Amin Malik, a resident of Pushroo Nowagam were detained for further questioning.

Some important documents and laptops were seized for further investigations by the NIA.

These are initial details and the story will be updated…. (KDC)

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