Controversial Cops Waiting For Request To Track Down Sikh Militants (story Continues)

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    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian police are waiting for an official request from Punjab police to track down four suspected Sikh militants said to be hiding in the country.

    Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan said they would cooperate with Indian authorities.

    “They (Punjab police) should make an official request so that action can be taken according to the law,” he told Bernama yesterday.

    Musa said police would take stern action to check militancy as it could harm national security.

    He was commenting on a statement by Patiala police chief Senior Supt Ranbir Singh Khatra that Punjab police would use diplomatic channels to get the cooperation of the Malaysian Government to track down the suspects.

    Based on intelligence, three of the suspected Sikh militants, Harminder Singh, 45, Daljit Singh and Harpreet Singh, both in their 20s, all of whom are from Punjab are believed to be hiding in Malaysia.

    There were no details on the fourth suspect.

    Punjab police claimed that the Khalistan Liberation Force, a Sikh separatist group, had set up base outside Kuala Lumpur. — Bernama

    http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/8/2/nation/6779069&sec=nation
     
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