Crime: NIA files UAPA complaint against Dawood and D-company

NEW DELHI: Under various provisions of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), the National Investigation Agency (NIA) filed a complaint against underworld don Dwaood Ibrahim and others on Monday. The elite investigation agency will now investigate into the D-company cases.

According to sources, the Union home ministry has given them permission to begin an investigation.

According to an NIA official, Dwaood has been spreading terror across India for a long time. He has also used Hawala methods to deliver funds to individuals who are working on his behalf to instigate trouble across India.

The agencies have been keeping a careful check on the D-actions company's and have discovered that they have recently hired people from all over India to generate riot-like scenarios.

They are encouraging anti-national acts and attempting to sever relationships amongst religious groupings.

Sanjukta, the NIA's Public Relations Officer, only confirmed that a case had been filed against the D-company. Meanwhile, the NIA has assembled a team of its top officials to investigate the situation, recognising the gravity of the situation.

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