NIA files charge sheet against arms suppliers in Sri Hindu Takht leader Amit Sharma murder case

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    NIA files charge sheet against arms suppliers in Sri Hindu Takht leader Amit Sharma murder case

    It is to be noted that two unknown motorcycle-borne enemies eliminated Amit Sharma as a part of an organised conspiracy by Khalistan Liberation Front


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    Upgraded: Jan 13, 2021, 05: 07 PM IST

    The National Investigation Company submitted an extra charge-sheet before the Unique NIA Court in New Delhi versus 3 implicated in a case related to the killing of Amit Sharma, President of an organisation called Sri Hindu Takht.

    The 3 implicated have been recognized as Ashish Kumar, Javed, and Arshad Ali. A case has actually been filed under area 120 B of IPC, sections 16, 18, 20 and 23 of the Unlawful Activities( Prevention) Act, 1967 (as changed), and Area 25 of Arms Act, 1959.

    It is to be noted that two unidentified motorcycle-borne assaulters eliminated Amit Sharma as a part of an organised conspiracy hatched by terrorist outfit Khalistan Liberation Front (KLF).

    The motorcycle-borne males shot Amit Sharma near Jagraon Bridge in Ludhiana in2017 Sharma, who had joined the organisation 2 months earlier, had concerned meet a buddy at a flower shop near a temple. He was about to go back into his vehicle when the 2 enemies fired 4 shots. He passed away on the area

    The murder was one amongst eight such cases of serial killings/attempted killings that happened in Punjab in 2016-2017 with a view to cause terror and communal disturbance.

    The investigation performed by the NIA had established that the accused individuals had assisted assist in the crime by providing illegal guns utilized in the murder.

    They had actually provided illegal arms including.32 bore pistols which, along with other weapons/fire arms, were used in target killing cases in Punjab.

    Earlier, NIA had actually submitted a charge-sheet against 15 implicated individuals in this case.

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