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Controversial Germany-based Khalistanis trying to revive militancy in Punjab?

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  1. spnadmin

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    NEW DELHI: A day after Punjab Police arrested four Sikh militants in Ludhiana district, the intelligence agencies here on Monday submitted reports to the home ministry, stating that a number of former Khalistani militants based in Germany had been trying to revive militancy in the state.

    Sources said the Punjab Police had been duly informed, and asked to keep a strict vigil on activities of all those who were directly or indirectly linked to all the former militants who had not only been living in Germany but also in USA, Canada and UK.

    On Sunday, Punjab Police arrested Harminder Singh, Jaswinder Singh, Gurujant Singh and Manjinder Singh, who belonged to the banned Babbar Khalsa International. A high-intensity RDX explosive and a Russian Kalashnikov (AK-47) rifle were among the weapons recovered from these militants.

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...e-militancy-in-Punjab/articleshow/6188242.cms
     
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    Re: 'Germany-based Khalistanis trying to revive militancy in Punjab

    Goi cells on the move
     
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    Re: 'Germany-based Khalistanis trying to revive militancy in Punjab


    I hear you! Someone has to take the time to do an analysis based on common sense and raise some skeptical questions about all of these news stories breaking out all over in just a few weeks.
     

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