NIA Raids Across 6 States Uncover Khalistan-Gangster Nexus at 50 Sites

NIA Raids Across 6 States Uncover Khalistan-Gangster Nexus at 50 Sites

New Delhi - The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is currently conducting an extensive operation spanning 50 locations across six states, all related to the Khalistan-Gangster nexus. Insider information suggests that the primary objective of these raids is to apprehend individuals involved in hawala operations and those responsible for coordinating logistics on behalf of gangsters with ties to Khalistan.

The states targeted by these operations include: 30 locations in Punjab, 13 in Rajasthan, 4 in Haryana, 2 in Uttarakhand, and 1 each in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

Earlier, the NIA had made public a list of 19 Khalistani terrorists who are fugitives and believed to be residing in various countries, including the UK, US, Canada, Dubai, Pakistan, and others. The agency is planning to confiscate their properties, as per sources.

Notably, the NIA had previously seized the assets of Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, a designated terrorist associated with the banned pro-Khalistani group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ).

It has been reported that legal action against these 19 fugitives will be taken under the anti-terrorism law, the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). They stand accused of orchestrating anti-India propaganda from abroad.

The NIA has further announced a reward of Rs 10 lakh for information leading to the arrest of designated terrorists Harwinder Singh Sandhu, also known as Rinda, and Lakhbir Singh Sandhu, known as Landa. These individuals are allegedly affiliated with the banned outfit Babbar Khalsa International (BKI), which is accused of promoting acts of terrorism in India.

In its continued crackdown on pro-Khalistan terrorists, the NIA has offered a cash reward of Rs 5 lakh for information on three associates of BKI named Parminder Singh Kaira from Ferozpur, Satnam Singh, and Yadvinder Singh from Tarn Taran in Punjab.

According to the NIA, these individuals, along with four others, are wanted in a case registered earlier this year. The case pertains to the BKI's terrorist activities aimed at disrupting India's peace and communal harmony while spreading terror in Punjab.

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