Khalistan-terror nexus: NIA raids 50 locations in 6 states Gangster Arsh Dulla’s accomplice arrested


Last update: September 27, 2023, 13:27 IST

Raids are being conducted to break the Khalistan gangster nexus.  (File Photo/News 18)

Raids are being conducted to break the Khalistan gangster nexus. (File Photo/News 18)

The states where the raids were conducted are: 30 locations in Punjab, 13 in Rajasthan, 4 in Haryana, 2 in Uttarakhand and one each in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

The National Investigation Agency conducted a major raid at six out of 50 locations in connection with the Khalistan-gangster nexus. According to sources, the raids were conducted to nab hawala operators and logistical coordinators of gangsters who have links to Khalistan.

The states where raids were conducted are: 30 locations in Punjab, 13 in Rajasthan, 4 in Haryana, 2 in Uttarakhand and one each in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

According to sources, the NIA has detained a person from Ferozepur in Punjab, who has been identified as an aide of gangster-turned-terrorist Arsh Dala. NIA Chandigarh is likely to question him. Jura’s family, however, claimed that he was just a labourer, earning only Rs 12,000 a month. The agency has issued a notice under Section 160 CrPC.

NIA releases list of K-19 fugitives

Sources said that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) had earlier issued a list of 19 fugitive Khalistani terrorists based in UK, US, Canada, Dubai, Pakistan and other countries, whose properties are likely to be seized. .

The NIA had seized the properties of designated terrorist Gurptunat Singh Panon, a member of the banned pro-Khalistan group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ).

According to reports, action will be taken against these 19 fugitives under the Anti-Terrorism Act UAPA. He is accused of spreading anti-India propaganda from abroad.

A prize of Rs.10 lakhs

The NIA has announced a reward of Rs 10 lakh each for information about the arrest of designated terrorists Harvinder Singh Sindhu alias Randa and Lakhbir Singh Sindhu alias Linda. He is allegedly associated with the banned outfit Babbar Khalsa International (BKI), which is accused of promoting terrorist activities in India.

Stepping up its crackdown on pro-Khalistan terrorists, the NIA had also announced a cash reward of Rs 5 lakh on three associates of BKI namely Parminder Singh Kaira from Ferozepur, Satnam Singh and Yadvinder Singh from Punjab. Taran is from Taran.

According to the NIA, and four others are wanted in a case registered earlier this year related to BKI’s terrorist activities aimed at disrupting India’s peace and communal harmony and spreading terror in Punjab.

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