NIA files first chargesheet in one of three-gangster nexus cases, 12 individuals named
21 March, 2023 | Amish Mahajan
On Tuesday, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) filed its first charge sheet against 12 accused having links with pro-Khalistani organizations and Pakistan-based conspirators.
On Tuesday, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) filed its first charge sheet against 12 accused having links with pro-Khalistani organizations and Pakistan-based conspirators. Earlier, a team of NIA reached Punjab and spoke to senior officers of the Punjab Police. Sources said that Amritpal Singh, a pro-Khalistan supporter and chief of ‘Waris Punjab De’, is absconding from the police, in which case the National Investigation Agency (NIA) may take over the case.
In India, action is going on against Khalistani Amritpal Singh, Jathedar of Waris Punjab De Sanghatan. The supporters of Khalistan are in awe of this action. Khalistani supporters attacked Indian embassies in many countries, including Britain, Australia, America, and Canada. Khalistani supporters tried to insult the tricolour during a demonstration at the Indian High Commission in London. Similarly, Khalistanis attacked the Indian Embassy in San Francisco, America. At the same time, India reacted strongly and expressed its protest by summoning the top diplomat of Britain and the ambassador of America.
At the same time, Union Minister RK Singh claimed that Pakistan is running this entire Khalistani movement. Regarding the attack on Indian embassies, he said, ‘This had happened not only in America but also in Britain when some Khalistan supporters attacked our country’s flag. ISI is controlling the entire chain of Amritpal. Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI has been promoting Khalistani terrorists not today but for the last several years.
Singh said, ‘Khalistani Sikh leaders live in Pakistan, and ISI keeps misleading some youths. We expect that the security of our embassy should be improved, and such terrorist organizations should not be given shelter in other countries.