With the National Investigation Agency filling a chargesheet against 19 people for planning and carrying out a deadly suicide attack on a CRPF convoy that left 40 personnel dead in Pulwama in 2019, the probe into what the investigation agency is calling a blind case also brings to light the use of e-commerce platforms. The 13,500-page chargesheet notes that the planners in the terror module used e-commerce sites for purchase of high-end batteries, phones and some chemicals. Adil Dar, the suicide bomber had used around 200 kgs of explosives in the vehicle that rammed into the CRPF convoy near Lethpora in South Kashmir. As many as seven people have been arrested so far by the NIA in this case. Two relatives Jaish chief Masood Azhar -- Abdula Rauf and Ammar Alvi -- have been named in the chargesheet as the main conspirators behind the case.