The accused, booked under anti-terror act UAPA, were arrested by the DRI before the case was transferred earlier this month to the NIA.
Violence broke out Thursday at a protest organized by the two main Shiite parties - Hezbollah and the Amal Movement - calling for the removal of the lead judge investigating last year’s explosion.
The searches were carried out at residential premises and godowns at Lajpat Nagar, Alipur, Khera Kalan in New Delhi district and Noida.
Probe linked to September 2016 Maoist celebration near Nilambur
The case relates to the seizure of 2,988.21 kg of narcotic substance (heroin) at Mundra port and the involvement of foreign nationals in the procurement and delivery of the consignment
Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen swore in Alexander Schallenberg, the former foreign minister, as chancellor.
The visit comes two days after Union Home Minister Amit Shah pulled up senior security and intelligence officials over the spate of civilian killings.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA), which is probing the massive heroin seizure at Mundra port in Gujarat, raided Aashi Trading company’s office in Satyanarayanapuram, Vijayawada, on Saturday.
The chargesheet was filed in the Court of Special Judge for CBI cases, Mumbai. The probe agency had filed a case in this regard in March 2020.
Post-poll violence: HC unhappy as Bengal government lawyer has no information on compliance of compensation order
The CBI and a Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the West Bengal Police submitted separate status reports before the court on the progress of investigation in cases.
Names of more than 300 wealthy Indians figure in the 'Pandora Papers' have uncovered financial assets of rich individuals across the world.
The unrest in the north African country has had a dramatic impact on Libyans' economic, social and cultural rights, as borne by attacks on hospitals and schools.
During the searches, the NIA has seized various documents, digital devices and other incriminating materials from the premises of the suspects.
Random selection and background checks of R&Js would be introduced and strict monitoring would be implemented to ensure transparency.
It was alleged that the accused had entered into a conspiracy to defraud public money to the tune of Rs 56,89,52,416 on the pretext of PEC financing domestic procurement of iron ore and coal to MTIL.