News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Mon, 07 Dec 2020 01:52 PM IST
Terrorist arrested from Shakarpur, Delhi
– Photo: ANI
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During interrogation, these terrorists told the investigating agencies that Khalistani terrorists sitting in Pakistan and ISI are carrying out target killing in Punjab. ISI is using gangsters. Drug money is being used in terrorist conspiracy. They were looking for a big attack. Drugs and weapons have been recovered from them. He has confessed to killing Balwinder Sandhu.
The Special Cell’s DCP said, “Gangsters are being used for target killing. It serves two purposes – to create communal disharmony and to lower the morale of those who stand against terrorism. Two of the five were involved in the assassination of Balwinder Singh. His name is Gurjeet Singh Brown and Sukhdeep.
Delhi Police said, ‘Three pistols, two kilograms of heroin and one lakh rupees cash have been recovered from the possession of the terrorists. They both have links with a person named Sukhmeet living in the Gulf country and some other gangsters. They are gangsters and they also have links with the ISI operatives in Pakistan.
These two have linkages to one Sukhmeet, who is Gulf-based, and some other gangsters. These are gangsters and have linkages to Pakistan based ISI operatives: DCP Special Cell Pramod Kushwaha
– ANI (@ANI) December 7, 2020
Kushwaha said, ‘All the three Kashmiris arrested can be called the Hizbul Mujahideen’s over ground workers. They have set up their counterparts in Pakistan and PoK. The ISI wants to act as a glue between the two movements and is trying to combine two terrorist findings (Terror Finding).
He added, ‘There are 2 components to this case. One constituent is from Kashmir, the other is from the gangsters of Punjab. Gangsters from Punjab are involved in target killing and Kashmir’s constituents are involved in drugs. They sell drugs and are involved in terrorist financing with it. ‘
When DCP Pramod Kushwaha was asked whether the case had any connection with the ongoing protests on the Delhi borders, he said that these five terrorists had no connection with the peasant movement.