Jammu, 14 Oct : Special Judge NIA Sunit Gupta granted seven days police remand of Tafazul Hussa Parimoo, son of Abdul Rashid Parimoo, resident of Rehamtabad Peer Bagh Badgam, District Budgam J&K on Wednesday, who was arrested by NIA in J&K Dy SP militant link case.
Special Judge NIA Sunit Gupta observed that the case relates to ferrying of HM militants namely Syed Naveed Mustaq Shah and Rafi Ahmad Rather by Devinder Singh, DySP of JKP and Irfan Safi Mir, Advocate in a Hyundai i20 car bearing registration JK03H-1738 laden with arms, ammunition and 5 live hand grenades.
The Charge-sheet of the case has already been produced in the court on July 6, 2020 and further investigation in terms section 173 (8) Cr.PC is still going on.
The relevant entries in the CD file revealed that accused Tafazul Hussain Parimoo is supplier of weapons, which he used to smuggle from cross border and provide to militants of HM in South Kashmir including accused Syed Naveed Mushtaq through accused Tariq Ahmad Mir, accused Shaheen Ahmad Lone.
His voice sample needs to be taken, and as such his Police Custody is imperative to unearth the larger conspiracy.
Keeping in view the facts and circumstances of present case, gravity and heinousness as involved in present matter, submissions made by the PP/AIO of the NIA, the Court was of considered opinion that Police custody of the accused is imperative to complete investigation and prayer made by the NIA seems to be genuine, justified and should be allowed.
Accordingly, the aforementioned accused was remanded to Police Custody for a period of 7 days i.e., upto October 20, 2020 for purpose of investigation. The AIO of the case was directed to get medical examination of the accused conducted after every 48 hours during police remand and produce the accused before the Court after expiry of police remand for further orders.