New Delhi: A case has been registered in opposition to unidentified members of the terrorist organisation Jaish-e-Mohammed for conducting recce of “very important installations”, together with RSS headquarters, in Nagpur.
The case has been registered below the Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act and is being investigated by the Nagpur Police crime department.
The FIR was registered at Kotwali police station, below the jurisdiction of which the headquarters of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is positioned.
Maharashtra | Yesterday, we acquired data that a couple of Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists carried out a recce of some locations in Nagpur. We now have registered an offence below the Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act, it’s being investigated by the Crime Department: Nagpur Police Commissioner pic.twitter.com/s1idwLxMJS
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“We acquired data that a couple of Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists carried out a recce of some locations in Nagpur. We now have registered an offence below the Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act, it’s being investigated by the Crime Department,” Nagpur Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar advised reporters.
Moreover the RSS workplace, Jaish-e-Mohammed members additionally carried out a recce of Dr Hedgewar Smriti Temple advanced.
The safety has been beefed up on the RSS headquarters in Nagpur and Hedgewar Bhavan. No extra info has been supplied by the police.
In line with sources, a youth from Jammu and Kashmir got here to Nagpur in July, 2021, and tried to conduct a recce of the Sangh’s workplace.
The youth was lately caught with a grenade close to the Pumpor Police Station space in Kashmir. Sources mentioned the data was revealed by the youth throughout interrogation. Efforts are being made to get extra info from him.
Earlier this week, prime Jaish-e-Mohammed commander Mir Owaisi was killed by the safety forces within the Pulwama space of Jammu and Kashmir. Two different JeM terrorists have been additionally gunned down by the forces.
(With inputs from Rajat Vashist)