Punjab police arrested Shabnamdeep Singh aged 24 from Lahori Gate in Patiala of Samana sub-division and exposed Pakistan’s intelligence agency, the Inter-Service Intelligence.
Police also recovered a hand grenade, a pistol, letter pads belonging to a banned terror organisation and a motorcycle from Shabnamdeep Singh, who is associated with the Khalistan Gadar Force.
He was also carrying out operations for the ISI-funded Sikh for Justice, a pro-Khalistan organization. He was planning to attack police stations and crowded places during the ongoing festive season.
During the interrogation it was revealed that he planned to target Patiala’s Inter-state Bus Terminal (ISBT) and nearby locations as said by Patiala SSP Mandeep Singh Sidhu.
Punjab police previously also busted a Khalistani module and this is not the first time. In the last month, police thwarted a major campaign which was aimed to disturb the communal peace and harmony in the state.
After that two members of a Khalistani module, allegedly engaged in propagating the Khalistani Referendum 2020 campaign by affixing banners and posters at public places in Amritsar, were arrested.
The accused duo, Sukhraj Singh alias Raju and Malik Singh alias Meetu, confessed of receiving money through illegal channels by Sikh for Justice.
Sukhraj, who had no job or business, has told the police that he was associated with Sikh for Justice for the past one year and had put up their posters at various places like Chheharta, Alpha One Mall and Putlighar.
For this, he was being paid instalments of 25,000-50,000 rupees, and had so far received two lakh rupees. Sikh for Justice, who have been failing terribly to garner any support for their anti-India referendum 2020 on foreign soil, have now focused their attention on the youth and the unemployed of the country to carry out their already failed propaganda.
But just like Referendum 2020 turned out to be a farce, Punjab police have busted all their plans and further exposed them and their agendas.