Davinder Singh, the suspended Deputy Superintendent of Jammu and Kashmir Police, was charged by his Pakistani handler with building contacts in the ministry of external affairs for performing out spying activities. He was earlier been charge-sheeted by the NIA (national testing agency) for procuring support to prohibited terror committee Hizbul Mujahideen.
As per the charge sheet of National Investigation Agency submitted before a special court in Jammu, Davinder Singh who was earlier posted in Jammu Kashmir’s sensitive anti-hijacking division, had been in contact with his handlers in Pakistan’s high commission who have since been deported to Islamabad.
The 3064 pages thick charge sheet have been filed under various sections of the Indian penal code and Unlawful activities prevention act against six people including Davinder Singh. The charge sheet provided a graphical explanation of the Singh’s involvement in procuring a shelter to the Pakistani terrorists of the prohibited group.
The sheet further discloses that the officer saved the contact number of the Pakistan high commission as Pak Bhai. The contact was providing him various instructions including the arrival of VIPs and deployment of armies in Kashmir.
Davinder Singh Tasked To Establish Contacts In Ministry Of External Affairs
After having himself devoted to Hizbul Mujahideen, Davinder was instructed to build a connection in the Ministry of External Affairs to conduct spying activities.
However, the NIA officials said Davinder failed to make any progress into the scandalous plan of the Pak high commission.
The charge sheet submitted in July has indicted Singh and other 5 officials of allegedly conspiring war against India with the Pak based terrorists and Pak high commission in Delhi.
Reporting the fraud, the NIA contended that Singh who is in prison was in contact with officials of the Pak high commission in Delhi. The reports say that the Singh was being trained by the Pakistani officials for spying sensitive information.
The agency further said that the Pakistani commission has been trying all possible ways to arm, find, and sustain terrorism of the banned Hizbul Mujahideen organization.
Indian officer Davinder Singh was imprisoned on 11 January along with Rather, Mir, and Naveef Babu when their car was thwarted by the J&K police near Qazugund on the national highway.
An investigation of the car led to the recovery of three pistols, an AK-47 rifle, and a cache of explosives and ammunition. The NIA headed the investigation of the case on 17th January.
Singh usually used his car for the travel of Hizbul terrorists and further helped them in acquiring weapons, said NIA.
Investigation revealed that the traitors were attaining ammunition and weapons from around the borders with the Singh and smugglers. It revealed that these weapons and ammunition were later utilized for terrorist activities.