New Delhi, Jan 9: In the past two years, the Indian Agencies have cracked down heavily on Khalistan terror modules. At least 18 Khalistan terror modules were busted and over 95 persons were arrested.
New Delhi, Nov 22: The recent attack in Amritsar and the subsequent investigations have brought up the name of a dreaded outfit called the Khalistan Liberation Force. The banned outfit is said to be behind the incident in which three persons died, Punjab Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder Singh said.
The Khalistan movement may be dead, but not a single day passes without an effort being made to revive the movement. Following the crackdown on militancy in Punjab, the top brass heading organisations such as the Babbar Khalsa International, Khalistan Zindabad Force moved into Pakistan seeking shelter.
The National Investigation Agency which is probing a case relating to the killing of Hindu leaders in Punjab has detailed how these accused persons were trained. The NIA which filed its chargesheet in the murder attempt case on Naresh Kumar, an RSS activist says that the prime accused were trained in Italy by a UK national.
The NIA has filed two chargesheets in connection with the killing a Hindu leader and said that it was part of a transnational plot to to divide communities. The case pertains to the killing of Satpal Singh and his son Ramesh Kumar at Naam Charcha Ghar at Ludhiana. They were working at the canteen of Naam Charcha Ghar when they were killed.
The ISI and the Khalistan forces hatched a plan to kill RSS workers and Hindu leaders in Punjab. It has been found by the National Investigation that as part of the many money transfers that had taken place, one such transaction amounting to Rs 40 lakh had been sent to Punjab through various channels.
The handlers who directed the killing of RSS and other Hindu leaders have been traced to Italy, Canada and the United Kingdom. The Punjab police which is probing the case learnt that there is a systematic approach that has been followed to eliminate Hindu leaders by ISI agents.