CB-CID takes over UAPA case from Coimbatore police for investigation | Coimbatore News. indiabusinessport.com

COIMBATORE: The Crime Branch-CID’s Special Investigation Division (CB-CID SID) on Saturday took over the case registered against a woman and five of her accomplices under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) for plotting to murder her son-in-law’s father from Selvapuram police in Coimbatore city.
CB-CID SID deputy superintendent of police (in-charge for Coimbatore) Babu has been appointed as the investigating officer. Selvapuram police handed over all the documents and material evidence in connection with the case to the CB-CID SID police officials.
The Selvapuram police nabbed 46-year-old Noor Nisha of Thiruvarur district on April 12 for hatching a conspiracy with two members of the Indian Muslim Development Association (IMDA) and three of their friends to eliminate Kumaresan of Thillai Nagar in the city.
Police said Kumaresan’s son Arun Kumar, 24, was in love with Noor’s daughter Sahana Hashmi, 24, and he married her in September last year. Sahana converted to Hinduism after the marriage. Meanwhile, Noor, an executive member of a Muslim political outfit, approached Arun Kumar and asked him to convert to Islam but he refused as his father opposed the same. So Noor hatched a conspiracy with Sadam Hussain, 29, of Trichy, and H Bakrudeen, 54, of Kodungaiyur in Chennai, who were members of IMDA, in January to murder Kumaresan.
The two roped in Ramveer alias Ajay, 21, of Kannauj district in Uttar Pradesh, S Imran Khan, 34, of Subramaniyapuram in Trichy, and M Mohammed Ali Jinnah, 47, of Perundurai in Erode, in March 2022 to execute the plan. The duo promised Rs 40,000 to Ramveer to procure an unlicensed pistol from Uttar Pradesh. The five-member gang was, however, arrested in March while conducting a recce before executing the murder. Ramveer has been spending his days behind the bars at the Coimbatore central prison and rest of the four people came out on conditional bail.
After the arrest of Noor Nisha in April 2022, assistant police commissioner K Ragupathiraja registered a case under Sections 15, 16 and 18 of the UAPA Act, Sections 120(B), 153 (A)(1)(b) and 201 of the Indian Penal Code, Sections 7(1)(a) of the Criminal Law Amendment Act and Section 25(1)(a) of the Arms Act and submitted details to the principal district and sessions judge court.
He has also sent a report to the Union home ministry through the state government. However, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) did not take up the case for investigation.
Meanwhile, director general of police (DGP) C Sylendra Babu has ordered the transfer of the case to CB-CID SID from Selvapuram police in Coimbatore city last week. Following the order, the city police handed over the case to the CB-CID -SID who registered a new FIR in connection with the case.

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