NIA Raids Khalistani-Gangster Network Across 6 States, 2 Arrested

National Security Agency (NIA) Conducts Simultaneous Operations Against Khalistani and Gangster Networks in 6 States

The National Security Agency (NIA) conducted simultaneous operations against Khalistani and gangster networks in six states on Wednesday. The agency carried out raids at 51 locations across Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi-NCR, Uttar Pradesh, and Uttarakhand.

This operation is targeting locations associated with Lawrence, Bambihha, and Arsh Dalla gangs. Notably, Arsh Dalla, a close associate of Khalistani terrorist Arsh Dalla, was arrested in Firozpur, Punjab. Chat records with Arsh Dalla were found on his mobile phone. A significant breakthrough has occurred in a shootout case in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, leading to ongoing investigations.

According to the news agency ANI, approximately 30 locations in Punjab and 4 locations in Haryana have been raided. In Uttar Pradesh, raids were conducted in Pilibhit, Lakhimpur Kheri, Aligarh, and Saharanpur. This operation comes at a time when tensions between India and Canada are still ongoing following the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

Gangsters Harri and Gurpreet’s Homes Searched in Bhatinda, Punjab

In Bhatinda, Punjab, NIA teams conducted searches at around six locations on Wednesday morning. The teams arrived in Rampura and Mod Mandi. A team is conducting searches at the residence of Gurpreet Singh, also known as Guri, a prime suspect in various cases. He has been found involved in chatting with Arsh Dalla on his mobile phone. Another team is operating at the house of Hari in Morana, who is wanted by the Bhatinda police in several cases.

NIA Team Conducts Raids in 13 Districts of Rajasthan Overnight

NIA teams have reached 13 districts in Rajasthan, including Hanumangarh, Jhunjhunu, Ganganagar, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Sikar, Pali, Jodhpur Rural, Baranala, and Bhilwara, to conduct searches. The NIA teams are also investigating transactions in bank accounts of locals at these locations. This operation coincides with recent developments in Khalistani maps showing more than 10 districts of Rajasthan.

NIA Raids in Udham Singh Nagar, Uttarakhand, Targeting Shakil Ahmed’s House

The NIA team conducted searches in Udham Singh Nagar, Uttarakhand, at the residence of Shakil Ahmed. Shakil Ahmed is suspected of supplying weapons to Khalistani terrorists in violation of the law.

NIA’s Operations Against Khalistani Terrorists in Chandigarh and Amritsar – Assets of SFJ Seized

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has seized the assets of Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, a banned organization’s chief, Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), in Punjab and Chandigarh. Pannu is known for making anti-India statements in Canada and other countries. Recently, amid the Canada-India controversy, he issued threats against Hindus living in Canada as well.

6 People Involved in Nijjar’s Murder in Canada: Media Reports – Allegations of Firing 34 Bullets

In Canada, six people were involved in the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, according to media reports. This claim has been made by the American news website Washington Post. The website has access to CCTV footage related to Nijjar’s murder, which they have also provided to the police. The recent allegations suggest that Nijjar was shot at with 34 bullets.

These developments come in the wake of NIA’s second-largest operation against the Khalistani network in the past seven days. Earlier, on September 21, NIA conducted raids at over 1,000 locations in Punjab and Haryana, targeting gangster Goldy Barar. Goldy Barar is among the most wanted criminals on NIA’s list. He is suspected to be involved in various crimes, including supplying weapons to Khalistani supporters in Canada.

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