Amrit Pal Singh’s WPD 7 more members shifted to Dibrugarh jail

Amrit Pal Singh's WPD 7 more members shifted to Dibrugarh jail

GUWAHATI: Seven more members of Waris Punjab De(WPD) and close associates of Amrit Pal Singh are expected to leave Punjab for Assam’s Dibrugarh on Monday or Tuesday. They are expected to be lodged in Dibrugarh Jail.

Majority of Dibrugarh police officials are silent about the four accomplices of Waris Punjab De (WPD) chief Amrit Pal Singh who are lodged in Dibrugarh Central Jail since they were brought to the tea city from Punjab.
Repeated attempts to contact senior police officials of Dibrugarh to know about the quartet proved futile as they are unwilling to divulge any information.

However, Dibrugarh Deputy Commissioner Biswajit Pegu told this reporter over phone that the four accused are currently lodged in Dibrugarh Central Jail and as per the information they received, seven more members of the same organization were taken to Dibrugarh either today or tomorrow.

The Deputy Commissioner added that elaborate security arrangements have been made inside and outside the Dibrugarh Jail premises and personnel of Assam Police and Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) have been deployed to maintain strict vigilance.
Aides of Amrit Pal Singh, who is currently lodged in Dibrugarh Central Jail, are Daljit Singh Kalsi, an alleged financier of Waris Punjab De and a close associate of Amrit Pal Singh. The other three are Bhagwant Singh, Gurmeet Singh and Pradhanmantri Bajeka.

A 27-member team of Punjab Police took four associates of Waris Punjab De chief Amrit Pal Singh to Dibrugarh in a special Indian Air Force flight on Sunday morning.
In a state-wide crackdown, the police arrested 78 associates of Amrit Pal Singh on Saturday.

Amrit Pal Singh Sindhu is a radical Indian Khalistan separatist, self-styled Sikh preacher and leader of the Punjab-based organization Waris Punjab De (WPD).
He rose to prominence in September 2022 when he returned to India from Dubai to become the leader of the organization after the death of its former leader Deep Sidhu in a car accident.

Amrit Pal Singh is currently absconding and has been declared a fugitive. He is said to have close links with Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence and other terrorist groups.
He is also reported to be building his own army and ‘human bomb squads’ consisting of brainwashed youths as suicide bombers.

At least four criminal cases are pending against the Waris Punjab De chief, including serious charges.

Four criminal cases have been registered against Waris Punjab De chief over the course of a year, with serious charges of attempted murder and kidnapping.

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