The intent is to create a mass movement, generate sympathy from the pilgrims travelling through the Kartarpur corridor and then speed up the Khalistan movement, a South Block official said
The disclosure on the Kartarpur Corridor by Pakistan’s railway minister Sheikh Rashid was shocking and yet on expected lines. He said that the Kartarpur Corridor was the brainchild of Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Bajwa and it would hurt India forever.
The Kartarpur Corridor is a visa free border crossing connecting the Gurdwara Sahib in Pakistan to the border with India. While this is a great initiative by both the governments, the problem however lies in the Pakistan Army and ISI.
The ISI realises that the targeted killing of RSS leaders would cause communal tension. If such killings continue on a regular basis, Punjab and the neighbouring states would become volatile and this could well become a good launchpad for the Khalistan terrorists to operate.
Bengaluru: In its latest chargesheet, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) speaks about an international conspiracy behind the killing of an RSS leader, Brig (Retd) Jagdish Kumar Gagneja.
On August 6 2016, two motorcycle-borne assailants with their faces covered shot dead Gagneja at the Red Cross Market area in Jalandhar, Punjab.
New Delhi, Nov 07: India has raised concerns over the video relating to the Kartarpur corridor in which pictures of slain Khalistan leaders were displayed in the background. India said that it hoped that Pakistan would not show that they support such things which are anti-India in nature.
After the official video was released, Pakistan then changed the same. It released another version on Twitter. The video featured the posters of Jarnail Singh, Bhindranwale, Amrik Singh Khalsa and Major General (Dismissed) Shabeg Singh. It may be recalled that these persons were killed during Operation Blue Star in June 1984.
New Delhi, Oct 05: The National Investigation Agency has arrested one Gujrant Singh in connection with the Tarn Taran blast case.
The case relates to the explosion that took place at Tarn Taran, Punjab on September 4 2019. Two accused Vikram and Harpreet Singh died on the spot in the accidental blast. Gujrrant Singh who was injured in the blast was arrested immediately after his discharge from hospital.
New Delhi, Oct 04: Over the past few weeks, the Intelligence Bureau (IB) has learnt that Pakistan is activating an operation called K2. This stands for Kashmir-Khalistan.
Pakistan wants to create trouble in both states and if one goes by the recent incidents in both states, it makes it amply clear that the operation is already underway.
New Delhi, Oct 01: The probe initiated by the Punjab Police in the aftermath of drones from Pakistan dropping off arms has become wider.
It was found that a module of the Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF) was coordinating with the ISI to bring in these weapons. Key to the investigations is a senior member of the KZF, Maan Singh, who is currently being interrogated by the Punjab Police.
New Delhi, Oct 01: Lining up terrorists along the Line of Control, sending in arms with the help of drones has revealed that Pakistan has activated its K2 plan. The ISI, according to the Intelligence Bureau has activated its K2 plan, which stands of Kashmir and Khalistan.
The ISI wants to create trouble in both Punjab and Kashmir and in this regard it is not only trying to infiltrate its terrorists, but also spruce up the Khalistan movement in Punjab.
New Delhi, Sep 25: From trying to revive terrorism in Punjab to using Khalistan terrorist forces, the ISI is trying every trick up its sleeve. Investigations being conducted by the police after it was found that drones were used to drop off arms and ammunition in Punjab suggest that there was a hand of the Khalistan Zindabad Force in it.
New Delhi, Aug 03: There has been a surge in the activities of the ISI backed Khalistani activists over the past couple of years. Several leaders have come out to say that Pakistan wants to divide the Sikh community.
Intelligence Bureau officials tell OneIndia that along with the the rise of Khalistan terrorists, one must worry more about the separatism as well. Recently, a former top cop from Punjab, Shashi Kant said that the pro-Khalistan activists are trying to set up base in the United Kingdom, especially in Birmingham city.
New Delhi, June 07: At the behest of the ISI, now pro-Khalistan groups have said that they would fight for the cause of Kashmir.
In a video, pro Khalistan leader, Gopal Singh is heard saying that the Sikhs would join the struggle in Kashmir. We will fight for the independence of Kashmir, he is also heard saying.