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Three terror suspects held in Punjab's Tarn Taran; arms, ammunition recovered

WebdeskSep 24, 2021, 09:09 AM IST

Three terror suspects held in Punjab's Tarn Taran; arms, ammunition recovered

Navdeep Singh, Station house officer (SHO) of Bhikhiwinid Sahib, told ANI that they opened fire at the police personnel in an attempt to evade arrest.

 

Tarn Taran: Punjab Police has arrested three terror suspects from Bhagwanpura village in Punjab's Tarn Taran. Arms and ammunition have also been recovered from the suspects.

Navdeep Singh, Station house officer (SHO) of Bhikhiwinid Sahib, told ANI that they opened fire at the police personnel in an attempt to evade arrest.

"Based on secret information, we set up a checkpoint and intercepted them. But they tried to flee and fired at police officials. However. we overpowered and arrested them," said the SHO.

Singh further informed that the three accused have links Garam Khyali movement, but it is yet to be investigated.

"We also got to know about their kingpin operating from Canada and associated with the Garam Khyali movement, further probe is on as we have taken them in custody," he said.

The police officer also informed that recovery of three pistols, two plastic explosives, and two hand grenades have been made. 

Courtesy: ANI
   


  
                    

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