NIA (National Investigation Agency) acquired consent from special court on Monday to conduct polygraphy Test on Mohammad Naved, a Pakistani terrorist who was captive alive during an attack on BSF convoy in Udhampur district, Jammu and Kashmir on August 5.

NIA's appeal for lie detector test after the prosecution agency submits that the test is "essential" as Naved oftentimes changes the statements, so special NIA judge Amarnath allowed the plea (appeal), according to the sources.
The polygraphy Test on Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist will be held at 11 am on Tuesday at Forensic Science Laboratory located, Central Delhi, Lodi Road, as last week Naved was shifted from J&K to New Delhi.

Naved has given his consent to go through the test before the court hearing.
NIA procures Naved under 14 day remand for custodial interrogation from a special NIA designate court in Jammu on August 10.
Naved and his accomplice had injured 11 people, with two troopers, while Naved's accomplice was killed during gunfight with BSF troopers.

Naved has been accounted by NIA under varied sections of IPC (Indian Penal code) for waging war against nation and relevant provisions of unlawful activities (prevention) Act and Arms Acts.