- Jan 7, 2005
- Metro-Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Jalandhar: Weapons recovered from SGPC member's house
By Anil Dogra - Sunday, September, 23 2012 - 21:46
JALANDHAR: The police here seized weapons and digital goods including high security cameras and bullet proof jackets and other sophisticated material from the house of Kulbir Singh Bara Pind arrested by the police under the Explosives Act in a case registered at Goraya on September 21 and was taken on police remand.
Bara Pind is an SGPC member and is alleged to have links with terrorist outfit Khalistan Commando Force.
DIG Jalandhar range Lok Nath Angra said today that during interrogation Kulbir Singh disclosed astonishing revelations and in the follow up action the police seized several items which include, one mouser/pistol 30 nore, 6 live cartridges, one air gun, weapon cleaning material, one security camera (sealed), two night vision binoculars, three laptops, one video camera, one digital camera, two walky-talky sets, seditious literature, two bullet proof jackets and one beacon light.
It is pertinent to mention here that the search and seizure operation were video-graphed on the spot.
During the investigation it has come to light that China made mouser pistol 30 bore and 6 cartridges which was recovered from Kulbir Singh was a part of consignment recovered by Nawanshahr Police in the month of May.
In this regard an FIR under the Explosive Act was registered in P.S Sadar Banga, Nawanshahr.
It has come to light during investigation that Sandeep Singh had gone to Pakistan. His association with Gurnek Singh @ Neka and Kulbir Singh Bara Pind has been established and is also a known fact.
Another accused of the case Sukhwinder Singh was having close association with Kulbir Singh and used to stay in his house. All the accused have criminal background and remained involved in criminal activities.
During the follow up, Surinder Singh of Thikriwal, Barnala, has been arrested by Barnala Police. A .315 bore country made pistol and cartridges were recovered by the Barnala Police.
An FIR was registered by Barnala police.
Surinder Singh looked after the personal security of Kulbir Singh Bara Pind. Surinder Singh is on police remand. The fact that he has gone to Pakistan for training is also being verified.
Kulbir Singh has regular contacts on Facebook and internet with the pro-Khalistan elements. It is important to mention here that his e-mail account got deleted by some contacts in Australia when he was arrested.
During investigation it has come to light that Kulbir Singh Bara Pind used to get funding from foreign countries. Further investigation in the case is on.