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Punjab Police arrests Khalistan terrorists, foils Pakistan’s plan

With the arrest of five KLF agents, the Punjab Police said on Saturday that it had thwarted a plot by Pakistan’s intelligence service, ISI, to disturb the peace and tranquility in the state ahead of Independence Day.

According to an official statement, the arrests were made during a two-week operation. Director General of Police (DGP) Gaurav Yadav stated that information was received that some terrorist elements based abroad have established a terror module by enlisting foot soldiers through criminals incarcerated and are hatching a plot to target minority leaders, police officials, and other prominent individuals in order to disturb peace and harmony in the state.

According to him, the State Special Operating Cell (SSOC) of SAS Nagar opened a case and launched a special operation as a result of these inputs. Five of the terrorist module’s agents participating in the evil plot were apprehended after a two-week operation that Yadav described as including painstaking intelligence gathering, technical analysis, and quick action.

The handlers who targeted Shiv Sena (Samajwadi) leader Rajeev Mahajan in Batala on June 24 are connected to this new Khalistan terrorist module. He claimed that they were in charge of this distinct module through these operators and using it to execute various targeted executions in the state.

According to the DGP, investigations also showed that KLF agents were “talent spotting” in India and using inmates to find foot troops. He said, “They transfer money into their bank accounts to motivate them to carry out targeted killings in Punjab by using fake narratives to influence impressionable youths on social media.”

Yadav asserted that the Punjab Police is fully dedicated to upholding peace and intercommunal harmony in the state and will not permit the evil schemes of anti-national elements to come to pass. The KLF’s foreign-based handlers had given the module members a list of targets, and some of the targets had previously been scouted, according to Assistant Inspector General, SSOC, Ashwani Kapur.

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