NIA Files Charge Sheet In Case Regarding Escape Of Naveed Jatt From Srinagar Hospital

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Last Updated: August 3, 2018 at 5:01 pm

NIA files charge sheet in case regarding escape of Naveed Jatt from Srinagar Hospital

Srinagar, August 03: NIA today filed a charge-sheet at NIA Special Court, Jammu against 1) Mohd. Tika Khan,

2) Shakeel Ahmad Bhat,

3) Syed Tajmul Islam Kirmani,

4) Mohd. Shafi Wani

As per NIA they are responsible in helping escape of LeT militant Mohd. Naveed Jatt @ Abu Hanjulla after an attack on Police Escort party 06.02.2018 while he was being taken for medical treatment at Shri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital (SMHS), Srinagar.

Two police personnel of the escort party were killed in the incident.

During the investigation it was found that the escape was in furtherance of a well-planned criminal conspiracy hatched among Mohd. Naveed Jatt @ Abu Hanjulla @ Munna @ Chhota s/o Mohammad Hanief Jatt residence of Chak No-421/EB Boruhwala, District Vehari Multan, Punjab, Pakistan, Hilal Ahmad Rather, Mohd. Tika Khan, Shakeel Ahmad Bhatt, Syed Tajmul Islam Kirmani @ Kachroo, Mohd. Shafi Wani all residents of different villages in Kakapora Tehsil of Pulwama District (J&K).

Investigation revealed that the accused conducted meetings in the Central Jail, Srinagar on different dates before the incident and a comprehensive plan was made to effect the escape of LeT militant Mohd Naveed Jatt.

As per the plan and in furtherance of the criminal conspiracy, the accused conducted a detailed recce of the SMHS Hospital as well as routes to be followed before and after the action.

They also arranged vehicles and weapons to be used in execution of the plan. During investigation, accused Mohd. Tika Khan, Shakeel Ahmad Bhat, Syed Tajmul Islam Kirmani and Mohd. Shafi Wani were arrested.

LeT militant Mohd. Naveed Jatt @ Abu Hanjulla and other accused Hilal Ahmad Rather are absconding, against whom non bailable warrants have been issued by the NIA Special Court.

After the completion of investigation, NIA filed a charge-sheet against all the above mention six accused. Further investigation is continuing.