The Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) on Thursday filed a supplementary chargesheet in opposition to three individuals for his or her alleged involvement in promoting smuggled heroin and channelling the proceeds by means of hawala to additional the actions of banned terrorist organisation Khalistan Liberation Power (KLF), an official mentioned.
The supplementary charge-sheet was filed in opposition to Rajender Singh, 29, of Amritsar, Parminder Pal Singh, 47, and Jasmeet Singh Hakimzada, 41, each from New Delhi however presently dwelling in Dubai, below sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), the Narcotic Medicine and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act and the Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act (UAPA), the NIA official mentioned.
The case pertains to the seizure of 500 grams of heroin and drug proceeds amounting to about Rs 1,20,000 in Might final 12 months from one Jajbir Singh Samra and two others.
The Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) re-registered the case and filed a chargesheet in opposition to 10 accused below numerous sections of the IPC, the NDPS Act and the UAPA.
Rajender was instrumental in promoting the smuggled heroin in India, whereas Parminder performed an vital position in channelling the proceeds by means of hawala from India to Dubai, the NIA official mentioned.
Jasmeet, a Dubai-based worldwide medicine smuggler and cash launderer, in flip, transferred the funds to entities primarily based in Pakistan to additional the actions of banned terrorist organisation KLF, the official mentioned.
Jasmeet and Harmeet Singh, Pakistan-based self-styled KLF chief, have been instrumental in working a narco-terror community to strengthen the terrorist actions of the KLF, the NIA official mentioned.
A community of narco-traffickers, terrorists and hawala operatives primarily based in Punjab, Delhi and Dubai was working on the behest of Harmeet and Jasmeet and indulging in subversive actions in opposition to India, the official mentioned.
Additional investigation in opposition to the lacking accused continues.