New Delhi: National Investigation Agency (NIA) officially took over the the case of Jammu and Kashmir dismissed Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Davinder Singh, an official statement said here on Saturday.
“After receiving MHA’s order, NIA has re-registered this case as RC no 01/2020/NIA and started the investigation”, the federal terror probe agency said.
Singh was arrested by the State police on January 11 when he was caught transporting three dreaded Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists near Mir Bazar in Kulgam district along with arms and ammunition.
A case was registered against the nabbed accused by the J&K Police on same day under sections 7,25 Arms Act, 3,4 Explosive Substances Act and section 18,19,20,38, 39 of UA(P) Act.
After the registration of the case, the probe agency will question him to find out his exact intention of ferrying the terrorists to Jammu.
He has been grilled by a joint team of J&K police, NIA, the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and Intelligence Bureau.
State police was keeping eye on the movements of the terrorists and so it came to know about the dismissed DSP Davinder Singh.