CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Police on Tuesday claimed to have foiled a bid by Pakistan-backed terrorists to goal socio-religious leaders and disturb the communal stability together with the arrest of three members of their Khalistan Liberation Front. DGP Dinkar Gupta stated the terror module, busted on Sunday, was working in a variety of areas of the state in the behest of all pro-Khalistani elements located in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and the united kingdom.
A . 32-bore pistol, combined with seven capsules, was recovered by the accused identified as Sukhchain Singh, a resident of Patiala; Amritpal Singh, a resident of Mansa; and Jaspreet Singh, a resident of Amritsar, said Gupta within an official release .
Lately, the Delhi Police had detained their partner Lovepreet Singh, a resident of Kaithal at Haryana, together with other members of their front.
The DGP said the three men had come in contact with one another through social networking.
They came connected with Pakistan-based handlers who provoked them to goal socio-religious leaders and upset Punjab’s calmness, he explained.
Amritpal Singh was instrumental in linking and penalizing Sukhchain and Lovepreet in carrying their agenda ahead.
Initial investigations demonstrate their handlers also encouraged them to Pakistan for planning the future plan of action.
Among those overseas handlers, located in Saudi Arabia, guaranteed to supply them with refuge as soon as they perform their activities on earth, ” he explained.
A case was registered at the Sadar police station of Samana at Patiala under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 and the Arms Act.