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Amritpal Singh arrested from Moga, Punjab, police appeals to maintain peace and harmony

Khalistan supporter Amritpal Singh has been arrested by Moga police. Heir Punjab de Chief Amritpal Singh has been arrested from Gurdwara in Moga. Amritpal is in the hands of the police after 36 days. Police was looking for Amritpal in many parts of the country for many days. He also sent messages several times regarding his dedication but he remained out of reach till now. According to information received from sources, Amritpal has surrendered in village Rode of Moga, which is the ancestral village of Jarnail Singh Bhindranwala. Amritpal Singh will be airlifted from Bathinda and brought to Dibrugarh Jail.

According to the information received from the police, Amritpal Singh will be sent to Dibrugarh Jail in Assam. Let us tell you that Punjab Police has already imposed strict National Security Act (NSA) against Khalistan supporters. Singh was on the run since March 18 when police action was initiated against him and his associates. On March 18, the police launched a major crackdown against Amritpal Singh and members of his organization ‘Waris Punjab De’.

Amritpal Singh was absconding since March 18
Waris Punjab De chief Amritpal Singh was absconding since March 18. He appeared in many states of the country including Delhi. Many of his photos and videos were also revealed. In these, Amritpal was seen roaming freely but the hands of the police and intelligence agencies could not reach him. Meanwhile, Amritpal also challenged the police by releasing the video and said that no one can even braid his hair.

Amritpal kept changing places
Amritpal Singh had escaped from Kamalke, a border area of Moga, on March 18. After which he kept changing his places continuously. Apart from 80,000 Punjab Police personnel, all gazetted officers, counter intelligence and intelligence agency officers failed miserably in finding Amritpal. He was searched in more than nine states. Police was fully alert by putting up posters of Amritpal from Uttarakhand to Uttar Pradesh and Nepal border.