Two key Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operatives face repercussions for the 2015 attack on BSF convoy in Udhampur.
New Delhi, 7th December 2023, buzzbytes: In a significant move, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has attached the properties of two prominent Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operatives linked to the heinous 2015 terror attack on a Border Security Force (BSF) convoy in Udhampur district, Jammu & Kashmir.
The terror strike unfolded on 5th August 2015, at approximately 7 a.m., when a BSF convoy traversing the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway near Narsoo ‘nallah’ in village Narsoo, Udhampur, fell victim to the nefarious plans of LeT operatives. Tragically, two BSF personnel lost their lives, and 13 others sustained injuries during the assault.
Swift and resolute, the security forces engaged the assailants, resulting in the elimination of one terrorist and the arrest of another, identified as Naveed. The incident marked a crucial moment in the relentless efforts of security forces to safeguard the region from terror three.
In a move to hold those responsible accountable, the NIA has taken proactive steps by attaching the properties of the two LeT operatives directly implicated in the planning and execution of the 2015 attack. This development underscores the commitment of law enforcement agencies to bring justice to the victims and their families
The NIA’s action sends a strong message about the unwavering determination to combat terrorism and dismantle its networks. By targeting the financial infrastructure of those involved, authorities aim to disrupt the funding channels that support such acts of violence.
As the legal proceedings unfold, this development stands as a testament to the collaborative efforts of security agencies to address the lingering threat of terrorism. The attachment of properties serves as a tangible step towards ensuring that those responsible for the 2015 J&K terror attack are held accountable under the full extent of the law.