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Mar 03, 2020
7:58PM

NIA arrests two more accused in connection with Pulwama terror attack

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National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested two more accused in connection with last year's terror attack in Pulwama in which 40 CRPF personnel were martyred. The two accused have been identified as Tariq Ahmed Shah and Insha Jan.

Accused Tariq had facilitated all the terrorists at his house for sheltering and for the planning of the heinous attack on the CRPF convoy. His house was also used by the terrorists for preparing and recording of video of Fidayeen Adil Ahmed Dar, which was released by Jaish-e-Mohammad soon after the Pulwama attack.

Another accused Insha Jan who is the daughter of Tariq Shah facilitated the terrorists at their home and provided food and other logistics.

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