As Khalistanis raise their ugly head, NIA pressed into action

New Delhi, Jan 01: Sikhs for Justice, the proscribed terrorist outfit which has been running an anti-India propaganda and also pushing for a Khalistan state has yet again come under the scanner following the Ludhiana blast.Register and get a chance to win Rs.1000 Amazon vouchers.

The National Investigation Agency has filed a case against members of the SJF and will also travel to Germany to question Jaswinder Singh Multani, the prime accused in the case.

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Ludhiana Court Blast: Instructed from Germany, planned in jail ?

New Delhi, Dec 30: Following the recovery of seven mobile phones, the investigating agencies are probing if the Ludhiana bomber was getting instructions from inside a jail.

The police have sent the phones to the forensic laboratory for analysis. In the blast that took place at the Ludhiana Court complex on December 23, dismissed cop, Gagandeep Singh was killed and six others were injured.

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Actionable intel by India, diplomacy by India led to arrest of Khalistan terrorist in Germany

Inset pic: Jaswinder Singh Multani

New Delhi, Dec 28: The Indian Agencies had been closely coordinating with their counterparts in Germany following the Ludhiana Court blast that took place on December 23. 

Two days after the blast, the Intelligence assessment showed that Jaswinder SIngh Multani, a member of the banned radical Sikh group, Sikhs for Justice was behind the blast. He at the behest of a Babbar Khalsa terrorist from Pakistan conspired and carried out the attack. They were also in the process of undertaking more such attacks. 

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Blasts, sacrilege, drones: Punjab needs to do better on internal security

New Delhi, Dec 23: A blast at the Ludhiana court complex in Punjab has exposed the security mechanism in the state. Punjab which had reeled under the menace of Khalistan terrorism for long was able to successfully beat it and there was peace in the state for long.

However off late a number of incidents are being reported, which go on to suggest that security has become lax. The blast that took place today was inside a court premises which is in the heart of Ludhiana and close to the District Commissioner’s office.

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