Chandigarh [India], April 24 (ANI): Anti Gangster Job Power (AGTF) of the Punjab Police on Sunday arrested a most needed terrorist and an energetic member of terrorist module Babbar Khalsa Worldwide (BKI) recognized as Charanjit Singh alias Patialavi, who has been evading arrest for final 12 years through the use of totally different identities and hideouts.
Pertinently, Punjab Authorities has lately constituted an AGTF headed by ADGP Promod Ban beneath the supervision of DGP Punjab VK Bhawra to accentuate motion towards gangsters, learn a press release from the Info and Public Relations Division, Punjab.
Divulging particulars, DIG AGTF Gurpreet Singh Bhullar mentioned that accused Charanjit Patialavi, a resident of village Butta Singh Wala in Patiala was declared proclaimed offender in a case FIR dated 23-07-2010 registered beneath sections 4/5 of the Explosive Act and sections 17/18/20 of the Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act at Police Station Machhiwara. Nevertheless, Patialavi’s different affiliate deceased terrorist Gurmail Singh Boba of Butta Singh Wala, was arrested on this case together with restoration of detonators and RDX, he added.
He mentioned that following dependable data, the AGTF groups led by AIG AGTF Gurmeet Singh Chauhan and DSP AGTF Bikramjit Singh Brar have arrested Patialavi from close to Gurudwara Sahib at village Lali in Dera Bassi.
“Patialavi, disguising himself as a Granthi was presently staying in Gurudwara Sahib at Khargpur in West Bengal and was not utilizing any communication gadget,” mentioned Bhullar, including that totally different identification playing cards on West Bengal deal with have been recovered from his possession.
Additional investigation is in course of, it might result in extra arrests and vital disclosures, Bhullar mentioned.
As per the assertion, Charanjit alias Patialavi was an energetic member of BKI terrorist module which was busted by the Punjab Police in 2010 for it is involvement in Shingar Cinema Ludhiana bomb blasts in 2007, and different blasts at Kali Mata Mandir, Patiala and Ambala in 2010. All the opposite associates of Patialavi had been arrested in 2010 by the Punjab Police. (ANI)