Khalistani sleeper cell was active in Delhi, police arrested two suspects

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Khalistani Sleeper Cell In Delhi: Big news is coming out from the country’s capital Delhi. Delhi Police has arrested two suspects from the national capital. Both are said to be members of Khalistani terrorist organization Sikh for Justice (SFJ). Both are accused that they had written Khalistani messages on the walls in many areas of Delhi before Republic Day.

 

At the same time, the intelligence agencies of the country have issued information about Khalistani supporters being active and warned of a big attack. Since then, the entire Delhi Police is on alert mode and every step is being monitored. Meanwhile, the police have detained two suspects and they are being interrogated.

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Both the accused are said to be residents of Delhi, in which one belongs to the Sikh community. According to information, Khalistani sleeper cells in Delhi were plotting to carry out a major incident at the behest of Khalistani terrorist Gurupatwant Singh Pannu sitting abroad. According to security agencies, both were funded to carry out anti-national activities in the country’s capital Delhi.

 

According to the Delhi Police, the sleeper cell of the Khalistani Terror Network is in the process of carrying out a major incident. On January 12, posters in support of Khalistan were part of a bigger conspiracy at about 12 places including Janakpuri, Tilak Nagar, Paschim Vihar in Delhi. Not only this, an attempt was made to vitiate the atmosphere by writing ‘Referendum 2020’. As soon as the information was received, the police removed these posters and painted them on the walls.

 

In this case, the police had also registered a case against unknown people under IPC sections. The Khalistani terrorist organization Sikh for Justice had also issued a video threatening to attack Delhi, and also said to give a reward of $ 5 million to the person who hoists the flag on the Red Fort. The police is trying to identify the people who put up these posters through CCTV cameras.

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