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NIA attaches two residential houses in Pulwama fidayeen attack case | India News – Times of India

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SRINAGAR: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday attached two residential houses at Hakripora and Hajibal in Pulwama district of south Kashmir where suicide bomber Adil Dar and his accomplices, including a Pakistani Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist, had taken shelter before carrying out the fidayeen attack on a CRPF convoy at Lethpora in which 40 jawans had died on February 14, 2019.
While the Hajibal house belongs to Shakir Bashir Magrey, the owner of a furniture shop near the site of attack, the Hakripora one is owned by Tariq Ahmed Shah and his daughter Insha Jan, an NIA official said. Magrey, Shah and Insha had provided shelter to the attackers, he added.
According to NIA sources, during initial interrogation, Magrey revealed that on several occasions, he collected and delivered arms, ammunition, cash and explosive materials to various Jaish terrorists, including those involved in the Pulwama attack.
Magrey told NIA sleuths that he was introduced to Adil in mid-2018 by a Pakistani terrorist called Mohammad Umar Farooq, after which he became a full-time overground worker of Jaish.
Shah and his daughter Insha had provided shelter to the Pakistani terrorist and Adil, according to NIA. All three — Shah, Insha and Magrey — are now in NIA custody.



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