As per sources, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed case against suspended J&K Police DSP Davinder Singh under the Arms Act and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA).
J&K DSP Davinder Singh was caught in south Kashmir while helping two militants to elope to Jammu on January 11. Davinder Singh was alleged to have been ferrying the militants from the Shopian area, possibly out of the Valley.
A Case registered under sections 18, 19, 20 and 38, 39 of the UAPA.
An NIA team will likely be going to Kashmir on Monday. DSP Davinder Singh may be brought to Delhi for interrogation, sources revealed. The NIA's forensic expert team will seize the AK-47, hand grenades, pistol, and mobile phone, that was recovered from DSP Devendra Singh's car and home.
Section 38 of the UAPA makes it clear that "a person, who associates himself, or professes to be associated, with a terrorist organisation with the intention to further its activities, commits an offence relating to membership of a terrorist organisation".
Section 39 in UAPA, which has also been imposed on the disgraced J&K cop, clearly states that "a person commits the offence relating to support given to a terrorist organisation, who, with intention to further the activity of a terrorist organisation, addresses a meeting for the purpose of encouraging support for the terrorist organisation or to further its activity".