ISI clubs Punjab and Kashmir, supplies HG84s to terrorists of both states

pathankot-759Amritsar, Dec 3: The Punjab Police had recently arrested several students from Kashmir in connection with a terror probe. Two weeks back, there was an input from the Intelligence Bureau that spoke about terrorists of the Jaish-e-Mohammad infiltrating into Punjab to carry out a terror strike. The Jaish it may be recalled had carried out the big attack on the Pathankot air base.

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How ISI is using troubled Sikh-Nirankari relations to foment trouble in Punjab

Amritsar, Nov 21: The police are probing the possible motive behind the Amritsar attack. It is clear now that the attack was primarily aimed at reviving terrorism in Punjab. However the ISI has adopted various methods to create unrest within Punjab. In recent times, one has witnessed the killing of Hindu leaders in Punjab, aimed at creating communal tensions in the state.

The latest attack too could have been carried out to drive a wedge between the Nirankari and Sikhs in Punjab who have had a troubled past. While the police are investigating this angle, the spokesperson of the Dal Khalsa, Kanwar Pal Singh Bittu said that the probe should not be perceived from the prism of the Sikh-Nirankari clash of 1978.

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A wake up call as Punjab comes under attack again

nirankaribhavanattackAmritsar, Nov 19: On September 14, four low intensity grenades were hurled at the Maqsudan police station in Jalandhar. Two police men were injured in the incident.

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Jaish terrorists have infiltrated Punjab: State remains on high alert

Amritsar, Nov 16: The Punjab Police have received a tip-off suggesting that former Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Zakir Musa may have moved into the state.

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Referendum 2020: With no traction in Punjab, here is why Khalistanis could get desperate

New Delhi, Aug 6: The Indian security agencies are watching closely a major event that is to take place in London on August 12. This coupled with the fact that the event called Referendum 2020 will be held three days prior to Independence Day, for which a very high alert has already been declared. An Intelligence Bureau official tells OneIndia that the event at London has the backing of the ISI. It is a way of announcing on the world stage the return of the Khalistan movement. It is unfortunate that the UK government decided not to ban the event, the officer also said.

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Punjab woman who went missing in Pakistan honey trapped alleges family

kiran-bala-The family of a Punjab woman who went missing now suspect that she may have been honey trapped by the ISI. Kiran Bala had gone to Pakistan on April 12 as a member of the Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee Group. She visited Nankana Sahib on April 14 and two days later she went missing.

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Now lone wolf terrorism comes to Punjab

The Punjab police have busted a major plot by a radicalised Sikh youth who was planning on waging a lone wolf strike. The police arrested Inderjit Singh alias Rinku who was trained in making bombs with the help of the ISI.

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Referendum 2020: ISI plot to declare Punjab a Khalistan nation busted

New Delhi: The Punjab police have busted a major modus operandi to promote a Referendum 2020 by Khalistani terrorists. The referendum was being promoted by some Punjab youth at the behest of Pakistan’s ISI on the social media.

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ISI spy in Punjab, a drug addict lured with money

A man suspected of having ISI links has been arrested in Punjab. Police sources say that the arrested person has been passing on information relating to troop movement and other sensitive details for the past year.

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NIA probes ISI link to killing of Hindu leaders in Punjab

wpid-indiatv3c522c_nia_probe.jpgFollowing an Intelligence Bureau report, the National Investigation Agency has begun investigations into ISI links with the killing of Hindu leaders. A spate of murders of Hindu leaders had taken place in Punjab and it had been found that they were being orchestrated by Sikh militants and the ISI.

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