What police recovered from SUV abandoned by Khalistani leader

The vehicle was found abandoned in Salema village of Shahkot, Jalandhar.


A photograph of Khalistani separatist and terrorist Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, a rifle were among the things recovered by the Punjab Police from an SUV left behind by fugitive Amritpal Singh, head of the pro-Khalistan outfit ‘Waris Punjab De’, who is on the run. Is. since last two days.

Amritpal Singh walks around with armed men and some of his supporters refer to him as “Bhindranwale 2.0”.

Police have arrested 78 people, including the financier and father of the 30-year-old radical preacher. Amritpal Singh allegedly abandoned his car and fled on a motorcycle.

The police action follows a clash last month at the Ajnala police station on the outskirts of Amritsar over demands for the release of Lovepreet Toofan, one of Amritpal’s supporters.

Police said the items recovered from the vehicle included a personal walkie talkie, rifle, 57 live cartridges, a sword and scores of registration number plates.

Also, the SUV had tinted glasses, which is not allowed.

The vehicle was found abandoned in Salema village of Shahkot, Jalandhar.

A fresh FIR has been registered against the fugitive preacher and some of his accomplices for possession of illegal arms.

Police had said on Saturday that a drive was launched to arrest Amritpal and his supporters for their involvement in four criminal cases, including promoting enmity between classes, attempt to murder, assaulting police personnel and dereliction of duty. The charges included obstruction of lawful discharge. Public Servant.


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