Neeraj Bawana, a notorious criminal, was given a 5-day NIA remand by the NIA Court.

Neeraj Bawana and two others were summoned to five-day remand on Friday . The NIA claims to have conducted searches in 50 areas in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Delhi NCR zone .

A National Investigation Agency (NIA) Court in New Delhi (India) announced on Friday that gangster Neeraj Bawana and two others were summoned to five-day remand on Friday in connection with a alleged connection between terrorists, gangsters, and drug traffickers.According to the production warrant, Neeraj Bawana, Buppi Rana, and Kushal were arrested before the NIA court on Friday.On Wednesday, the NIA issued a production warrant against them, claiming that it had conducted searches in 50 areas in the Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Delhi NCR zone to demolish and destabilize the resulting alliance between terrorists, gangsters, and drug traffickers.Following the NIA's re-registration of two cases, which were originally registered by Delhi Police on August 26, the NIA crackdown took place.

The recent slew of scandalous crimes and extortion calls by criminal syndicates and gangsters to businessmen and other professionals, including doctors, has sparked a lot of fear among the masses.According to the National Institute of Justice, these gangs were using cyberspace to promote such crimes to instill fear among the general population, but that there was also a deep-rooted conspiracy among terrorists, gangsters, and drug smuggling cartels and networks operating both within and outside the country.Many of the group's leaders and agents had fled from India and were now operating from outside countries, including Pakistan, Canada, Malaysia, Australia, etc.The NIA's latest investigations have found that the bulk of these conspiracies were being hatched from inside Jails of various states and were being executed by a syndicate of operatives based in another country, including Pakistan, Malaysia, Malaysia, Australia, etc.

Six pistols, one revolver, and one shotgun were also confiscated, as were ammunition.The NIA also confiscated drugs, money, deceptive papers, electronic devices, photographs, Benami records, and threat letters.