Punjab: Amritpal Singh’s stir in Assam, Air Force in action mode

Indian Air Force: There is a huge stir from Punjab to Assam regarding Khalistan separatist Amritpal Singh. Punjab Police is uniting the skies to nab Amritpal Singh. On the other hand, four top arrested associates of Khalistan separatist Amritpal Singh have been taken to Dibrugarh. For this, the help of the Indian Air Force has ...
 

Indian Air Force: There is a huge stir from Punjab to Assam regarding Khalistan separatist Amritpal Singh. Punjab Police is uniting the skies to nab Amritpal Singh. On the other hand, four top arrested associates of Khalistan separatist Amritpal Singh have been taken to Dibrugarh. For this, the help of the Indian Air Force has been taken, from this it can be estimated that how serious this matter is.

Top police sources said a special Air Force aircraft has taken Amritpal Singh’s top operatives to the high-security Dibrugarh Central Jail in upper Assam. The four terrorists were accompanied by a 30-member team of the Punjab Police, including its Inspector General, Prisons. He took off from Amritsar in an Indian Air Force AN32 aircraft and reached Dibrugarh via Jorhat. Both Dibrugarh and Jorhat are major Air Force bases. Amritpal Singh is still absconding. In this matter, coordinated action is being taken on a large scale between the Central, Punjab and Assam governments.

Heavy equipment deployed outside Jallupur Khaira

Dibrugarh District Collector and the local Superintendent of Police received the team at the Mohanbari airport amid tight security. Dibrugarh Central Jail is one of the oldest prisons in Northeast India. It is heavily fortified and top militants were kept here during the peak of the ULFA insurgency in Assam. Officials said that the Punjab Police has so far arrested 78 members of Amritpal Singh’s organization ‘Waris Punjab De’. While many others have been detained for questioning. His father has also been detained for questioning and heavy police and paramilitary forces have been deployed outside his village Jallupur Khaira in Amritsar.

Strict action will be taken on hysterical video

Jalandhar Police Commissioner Kuldeep Singh Chahal said six to seven gunmen of Amritpal Singh were among those arrested by the police. Daljit Singh Kalsi, a close aide of the self-styled preacher, was also arrested from Gurgaon in Haryana this morning. According to sources, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann discussed the plan to arrest Amritpal Singh with Union Home Minister Amit Shah on 2 March. Internet and SMS services were temporarily suspended across Punjab on Saturday after Amritpal Singh’s aides circulated a fiery video urging his supporters to gather in a village surrounded by police. For this reason, the ban on internet and SMS has been extended for one more day till 12 noon on Monday.

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