Punjab Police claims Khalistan Liberation Force-backed targeted-killing module busted in state, four arrested
Jaspreet Singh alias Noopi, who had joined the Indian Army as a Sepoy in 2012, was lodged in a jail in a murder case in 2017.
The National Investigation Agency arrested an arms trafficker in a case related to extortion by Khalistani terrorists.
Police said Lovepreet and Kamaljeet were also involved in the murder of their associate Sukha Lamme in June 2020.
Lovepreet Singh alias Ravi and Ram Singh alias Sonu were reportedly acting on the directions of the outfit’s Canada-based chief, Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
The charge sheet, according to which Sandhu was killed by the KLF terrorists, was filed before a special NIA court.
They have been charged with sections of the Explosive Substances Act and the UA(P) Act.
The 44-year-old is also accused of recruiting youths in Punjab to the banned organisation by offering them money and organising a meeting of separatists in a gurdwara.
Several of these protestors were seen carrying Canadian flags and protesting against these attacks.
MEA also said the Indian nationals are advised to report any such incident to the local Canadian police and also bring it to the immediate attention of the Indian High Commission in Ottawa.
On February 13, a team of Delhi special police took the help of Bengaluru police and arrested Disha Ravi from her house in the presence of her mother.
The email account allegedly created by another activist, Shantanu, is the owner of this document.
Harsimrat Kaur Badal said farmers are braving the cold and waiting at Delhi's borders but the government's eyes and ears are shut.
The accused is linked to pro-Khalistan terrorists Paramjit Singh Pammah and Maltani Singh, they said, adding, Paramjit is currently in the UK while Malatani is in Germany.
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Saturday had said that there was a reason why MEA reacted to the remarks of some celebrities in relation to protest by farmer unions
At Singhu border, where many farmers had left the protest after the Red Fort violence on Republic Day, more woman farmers and locals are joining the cause.