On Wednesday, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a charge sheet against three convicts for running a terrorist organization. The convicts named as Aasiya Andrabi, Sofi Fehmeeda and Naheeda Nasreen of Dukhtaran-E-Millat have been alleged for running a terrorist organisation, Dukhtaran-e-Millat regarding which a charge sheet has been filed by the NIA against all of them. The terrorist organization is proscribed under the first schedule to the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act.

The National Investigation Agency has told our news sources that the three of them were found running a terrorist organisation, Dukhtaran-e-Millat and therefore the agency has filed a charge sheet against them. Dukhtaran-e-Millat is found to be engaged in anti-India activities and performing activities that can effect the peace and harmony of the country. Besides this, the organization have been “inciting the general populace of Kashmir” for an armed rebellion against the government of India with “aid and assistance” of terrorist organisations based in Pakistan.

In the charge sheet that NIA has filed against the convicts, the organization has alleged Aasiya Andrabi, Sofi Fehmeeda and Naheeda Nasreen for spreading “insurrectionary imputations and hateful messages”. The National Investigation Agency has also affirmed that those who were found guilty were using various social media platforms, including channels in Pakistan in order to spread unwanted messages and false information in the country.

After coming up with the complete details about the activities that were being performed by the terrorist organization Dukhtaran-e-Millat and the convicts, NIA said that the guilty were found promoting ill-will and enmity between different communities in India on the grounds of religion.

“Investigation has also established that she has close contacts with designated Global Terrorist Hafeez Mohammad Saeed, who is head of Jamaat-Ud-Dawah (JuD) and Lashkar-E-Toiba (LeT), internationally designated terrorist organizations that are based in Pakistan. These organizations are also proscribed under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act,” the NIA alleged.