Punjab Police Busted Isi Backed Terror Module

Punjab Police Busted Isi Backed Terror Module
Punjab Police Busted Isi Backed Terror Module

Weapons recovered from the accused.
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The Punjab Police on Friday busted an ISI-backed terror module jointly run by Canadian gangster Lakhbir Singh alias Landa and Pakistan-based gangster Harvinder Singh Rinda. The police have arrested two operatives of this terrorist alliance. Prohibited weapons have also been found from them.

According to Punjab Police, Lakhbir Singh is believed to be close to Harvinder Singh, who had joined hands with Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) and both have close links with the ISI. Lakhbir Singh played a key role in plotting the rocket propelled grenade (RPG) attack on the Punjab Police Intelligence Headquarters in Mohali in May last and also planted an IED under the car of Sub Inspector Dilbagh Singh in Amritsar. The arrested accused have been identified as Baljit Singh Malhi (25) resident of Jogewal and Gurbaksh Singh alias Gora Sandhu of Buh Gujran village of Ferozepur.

DGP Gaurav Yadav said that police teams led by Additional Inspector General (Counter Intelligence), Jalandhar, Navjot Singh Mahal arrested the duo and seized two magazines, 90 cartridges and two bullet shells along with one AK-56 rifle. On the behest of Gurbaksh Singh, grenades have been recovered from the place mentioned in his village.

Yadav said that preliminary investigation revealed that Baljit Singh Malhi was in contact with Harpreet Singh alias Happy Sanghera of Italy and on the instructions of the latter, Malhi picked up a consignment of arms from Makhu-Lohiyan road in Sudan village in July 2022, Which he hid in the fields. It is also learned that Baljit Singh was in direct contact with dreaded gangsters including Lakhbir Landa and Arsh Dalla of Canada.

Further investigation is on and more weapons are expected to be recovered soon. Meanwhile, an FIR has been registered at the State Special Operation Cell, Amritsar under the provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and the Arms Act.

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The Punjab Police on Friday busted an ISI-backed terror module jointly run by Canadian gangster Lakhbir Singh alias Landa and Pakistan-based gangster Harvinder Singh Rinda. The police have arrested two operatives of this terrorist alliance. Prohibited weapons have also been found from them.

According to Punjab Police, Lakhbir Singh is believed to be close to Harvinder Singh, who had joined hands with Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) and both have close links with the ISI. Lakhbir Singh played a key role in plotting the rocket propelled grenade (RPG) attack on the Punjab Police Intelligence Headquarters in Mohali in May last and also planted an IED under the car of Sub Inspector Dilbagh Singh in Amritsar. The arrested accused have been identified as Baljit Singh Malhi (25) resident of Jogewal and Gurbaksh Singh alias Gora Sandhu of Buh Gujran village of Ferozepur.

DGP Gaurav Yadav said that police teams led by Additional Inspector General (Counter Intelligence), Jalandhar, Navjot Singh Mahal arrested the duo and seized two magazines, 90 cartridges and two bullet shells along with one AK-56 rifle. On the behest of Gurbaksh Singh, grenades have been recovered from the place mentioned in his village.

Yadav said that preliminary investigation revealed that Baljit Singh Malhi was in contact with Harpreet Singh alias Happy Sanghera of Italy and on the instructions of the latter, Malhi picked up a consignment of arms from Makhu-Lohiyan road in Sudan village in July 2022, Which he hid in the fields. It is also learned that Baljit Singh was in direct contact with dreaded gangsters including Lakhbir Landa and Arsh Dalla of Canada.

Further investigation is on and more weapons are expected to be recovered soon. Meanwhile, an FIR has been registered at the State Special Operation Cell, Amritsar under the provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and the Arms Act.

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