Shamli Police books five associated with Khalistan Liberation Front for planning to target Parkash Singh Badal

During interrogation, the accused revealed they had looted police rifles and were planning to target Parkash Singh Badal

Press Trust of India October 17, 2018 20:02:39 IST
Shamli Police books five associated with Khalistan Liberation Front for planning to target Parkash Singh Badal

Muzaffarnagar: Shamli Police on Wednesday booked five persons, associated with Sikh militant group Khalistan Liberation Front, under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act for "planning to target" former Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal, officials said.

The accused have been identified as Amrat Singh, Gurjan, Karan Singh, Jarman and Karma, among whom Jarman and Karma were absconding, while the rest have been arrested, said Circle Officer Rajesh Kumar Tiwari.

Shamli Police books five associated with Khalistan Liberation Front for planning to target Parkash Singh Badal

File image of Parkash Singh Badal. PTI

Police and intelligence agencies of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh are trying to locate the absconding persons, officials said.

During interrogation, the accused revealed they had looted police rifles and were planning to target the former Punjab chief minister.

Police recovered the stolen rifles from the arrested, which were hidden in a Gurudwara in Shamli district.

On 2 October, two police rifles were stolen from Jhinjhana police station area in Shamli district. In the incident, two policemen had sustained injuries.

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