Press Reporter News Service
New Delhi, March 22
The anti-terror probe company NIA on Monday mentioned it has filed a cost sheet in opposition to seven Khalistani operatives below varied sections of IPC, Explosive Substances Act and Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act (UAPA) for his or her alleged involvement in a case pertaining to restoration of two hand grenades and one Samsung cell phone from a bag in Amritsar on June 2, 2019.
Officers within the NIA mentioned the cost sheet in a Mohali particular courtroom is in opposition to Jajbir Singh Samra of Tarn Taran, Varinder Singh Chahal of Amritsar, Kulbir Singh of Nawanshahr, Manjit Kaur of Ludhiana, Taranbir Singh of Amritsar, Kulwinderjit Singh, an operative of Babbar Khalsa Worldwide, and Harmeet Singh, a Pakistan-based self-styled chief of Khalistan Liberation Power.
The officers mentioned, the NIA investigation revealed that accused Jajbir Singh Samra and Varinder Singh Chahal had been a part of a narco-terror module concerned in distributing the heroin smuggled from Pakistan as a way to channelise the proceeds of medication to numerous terrorist entities on the instructions of Pakistan based mostly terrorist Harmeet Singh.
That they had additionally picked up grenades and hid the identical at pre-decided location for finishing up terrorist act to additional the conspiracy hatched by Harmeet Singh and Kulwinderjit Singh, the officers mentioned.
The NIA in its investigation additionally discovered that accused Kulbir Singh, Manjit Kaur and Taranbir Singh had harboured and offered logistics help, together with lodging, enterprise VISA for Kulwinderjit Singh in Cambodia and Malaysia on the time when he had escaped from India, the officers mentioned.
This case was first registered by Punjab Police on June 2, 2019 after seizure of two hand grenades and one Samsung cell phone from a bag, which was thrown by two unknown bike riders at Harsha Cheena bus cease, Kukkrawala, Amritsar (Rural). Later, the NIA took over the case in July 2020.