JAMMU & KASHMIR, India (Diya TV) — India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted raids across Jammu and Kashmir, unearthing a terror conspiracy linked to Pakistan-backed organizations. The operations targeted locations in seven districts, including Poonch, Shopian, Pulwama, Baramula, Ganderbal, Kupwara, and Srinagar.

The NIA, in collaboration with J&K police and CRPF personnel, initiated extensive searches at residential premises associated with banned terrorist outfits such as Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), Hizb-ul-Mujahideen (HM), Al-Badr, and Al-Qaeda. The raids focused on disrupting their activities and gathering crucial evidence related to their terror conspiracy.

During the searches, the NIA seized several digital devices containing substantial volumes of incriminating data and documents. The evidence points towards the involvement of these outfits in planning attacks, recruiting youths, and engaging in anti-India activities. The operation is part of the NIA’s ongoing efforts to curb terrorism in the region and maintain overall security.

The investigations revealed that Pakistan-backed operatives of these organizations were using social media platforms to promote terror. Drones were also employed to drop arms and ammunition, explosives, narcotics, etc., for onward delivery to operatives and cadres, primarily in the Kashmir Valley. These activities were identified as part of a larger conspiracy to destabilize Jammu and Kashmir through violent terrorist attacks and subversive activities.

The crackdown comes in the wake of the NIA’s continuous efforts to address radicalization and terror-related activities. The agency has been actively investigating cases related to the radicalization of prisoners and the conspiracies hatched by proscribed terrorist organizations.

The seized digital evidence is expected to play a crucial role in furthering the ongoing investigations and bringing those involved in the terror conspiracy to justice.