Revealed in Mohali blast / Pakistan ISI and Babbar Khalsa did the attack, Lakhbir Singh sitting in Canada was the mastermind

Vikrant Shekhawat : May 13, 2022, 06:57 PM
Babbar Khalsa International is behind the Mohali attack with the support of Pakistan ISI. This was disclosed by Punjab DGP VK Bhavra in a press conference in Chandigarh on Friday. The DGP said that Lakhbir Singh, who shifted to Canada in 2017, is its main conspirator. Lakhbir Singh is a resident of Tarn Taran. He is a gangster and a close associate of Harinder Singh Rinda, who is close to Wadhwa Singh and the ISI. On the other hand, Jagdeep Singh Kang was the local contact of the terrorists. The DGP said that so far six accused have been arrested in the Mohali attack. Three of them are residents of Tarn Taran.

The DGP said that Chadhat Singh and Jagdeep Kang had conducted recce in Mohali and Nishan Singh also helped the accused in many ways. The DGP said that the motive of the terrorists was only to create fear. According to him, the RPG used in the attack could be from Russia or Bulgaria. It has reached Punjab via Pakistan.

Kang was arrested from Delhi

Earlier, the State Special Operation Cell (SSOC) arrested Jagdeep Singh Kang. Kang was produced in the district court, from where the court has sent him on nine-day remand. According to sources, Jagdeep Singh Kang is said to be close to a famous Punjabi singer.

He has been arrested from Delhi. On the other hand, Nishan Singh, arrested by Faridkot police, was brought to Mohali by the Special Operation Cell (SOS) team. Along with this, now inquiries will be made regarding this attack. Earlier on Friday, the accused got medical done at the Civil Hospital.

However, the accused is on a five-day remand with the Faridkot police. But the attack on the headquarters is considered serious. In such a situation, the team has brought him to Mohali. Along with this, it is expected that now other security agencies will also interrogate the accused. Police hope that Nishan Singh can play an important role in solving this case.