SIALKOT: A local court in Daska on Thursday gave an Indian Mohammad Amir accused of living in Pakistan illegally into the custody of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on physical remand to investigate him.
Daska City police produced the accused Indian national before the court of local senior magistrate, amid tight security, seeking the physical remand of the accused. The court gave one day physical remand of the accused and gave him into the official custody of FIA.
After this, the senior FIA officials have started investigation, in this regard. During the preliminary investigation, the accused Indian national confessed to enter into Pakistan illegally and for residing in Daska city on fake national identity card and passport of Pakistan for the last twelve consecutive years.
On Wednesday, the police had arrested an accused Indian national Mohammad Aamir from Daska city’s congested Younasabad-Gaga locality here. According to the FIR (No.142/2015), the accused Mohammad Aamir, was an Indian national and resident of village Shajar, tehsil Mehdad, Odhampur District of neighbouring Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
The original name of the accused Ghulam Mohammad alias Kaka and he had been living with his new name Muhamamd Amir. According to the Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Daska Engineer Rana Zahid Hussain, the accused Indian national had illegally crossed into Pakistan about twelve years ago and he lived at various places and now had been living there in Daska city’s congested Younasabad-Gaga locality after marrying the daughter of local social activist Younas Butt.
He had got the fake national identity card and passport of Pakistan, which police recovered from him. DSP added that Daska city police have registered a case against accused Indian national Mohammad Amir under 4-55/52 Border Crossing Act, 6 Passport Act , 14 Foreign Act , 420, 468 and 471 PPC against him. He said the accused has been shifted to unknown place for further interrogation and investigation.
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