Piecing the puzzle: The two back-to-back breakthroughs by NIA in Pulwama case
4, Mar 2020, 6:15 PM
When Yousuf Chopan was granted bail in connection with the Pulwama attack case, the Congress was quick to criticise the government. The party even called for the resignation of the Union home minister Amit Shah.
However, it is the NIA which said that after the questioning of Chopan, it found no evidence. This is a normal process in any investigation. However, the NIA in the next couple of days made two major breakthroughs in the Pulwama case. We see how NIA managed to bring the probe back on track as Simplified by Pratiba Raman