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Five-day remand for KZF operative

Posted in S. Asia

Published on October 06, 2019 with No Comments

Sajanpreet Singh, an alleged accomplice of a terror module of Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF) that was busted by the State Special Operation Cell (SSOC) recently, was  sent to five-day police remand.

He was produced in a court by the SSOC under heavy police security.

The SSOC nabbed Sajanpreet from near Kot Khalsa area. He was one of the three persons whose names cropped up during the interrogation of Subhdeep Singh, alias Shubh, arrested by the counter-intelligence wing around a week ago. According to information, Sajanpreet also accompanied Akashdeep Singh and Shubhdeep for taking arms and ammunition smuggled from across the border fence. With his arrest, the SSOC had nabbed eight persons in the case so far.

On September 22, the SSOC claimed to have busted a terror module and arrested Baba Balwant Singh of Mohanpura village in Tarn Taran, Akashdeep Singh Randhawa of Naag Kalan village, Harbhajan Singh and Blabir Singh of Tanda. Maan Singh who was already languishing in jail under the Unlawful Activities Act was brought on production warrant along with them. The police have also nominated their Germany-based handler Gurmeet Singh, alias Bagga/Doctor. Later, his brother Gurdev Singh was also arrested from Hoshiarpur. Gurdev was earlier deported from Thailand.

Akashdeep’s interrogation led to the arrest of Subhdeep, who named three other accomplices, including Sajanpreet. The SSOC officials said a manhunt had been launched to nab the remaining two persons. They said Sajanpreet helped Shubhdeep and Akashdeep to destroy the drone that failed to return.

 

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