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NIA brought suspended Davinder Singh to Jammu

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JAMMU : National Investigation Agency (NIA) team, interrogating Davinder Singh, DySP arrested by the police along with Hizbul Mujahideen militant Naveed Babu from Jammu-Srinagar National Highway on January 11, shifted him to Jammu along with other arrested militants on Wednesday.

The NIA team, which took over the probe from the Jammu & Kashmir police recently, is trying to establish the link whether Davinder Singh was regularly transporting HM militant Naveed Babu to a relatively safe hideout in Jammu and whether he was also in touch with over ground workers (OGW’s) active in the region to facilitate hassle free stay of HM commander.

Last week, police had also arrested younger brother of Naveed Babu, studying in Chandigarh.

According to highly placed sources, Naveed’s brother had carved out a safe hideout for his brother in Bhatindi area of Jammu and the same was likely to be used for accommodating militants, ferried by Davinder Singh at the time of arrest.


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