Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir Police has filed a charge-sheet against six alleged overground workers (OGWs) of Jaish-e-Mohammad, an official said on Thursday.
The six, including a Pakistani identified as Abdul Rehman, were arrested after police busted a JeM module, he said.
The Jammu Police has filed a charge-sheet at an additional sessions court here against six hardcore OGWs of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) including a Pakistani militant Abdul Rehman in an alleged “money and technology transfer” case, the official said.
A case against the accused was registered at a police station in R S Pura after their arrests, he said.
The accused were motivating youth to join militant outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad and provided logistic support to them, the official said.
“Further investigation in the case is under progress and a supplementary challan would be produced in due course of time,” he said.
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