Another Punjab resident was arrested on Friday for allegedly placing Khalistani flags and writing slogans on the partitions within the Dharamsala metropolis of Himachal Pradesh, knowledgeable Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jairam Thakur.
Mr Thakur, taking to Twitter, asserted that each Himachali is united towards the forces dividing the nation.
“One other one who put up Khalistani flags and wrote slogans on the wall in Dharamsala has additionally been arrested from Punjab. Each Himachali is united towards the forces dividing the nation. Lengthy dwell Mom India Jai Hind, Jai Himachal,” Mr Thakur tweeted.
“In a joint raid with Himachal Pradesh Police, we arrested a resident of Morinda in reference to placing up pro-Khalistan flags & writing slogans on the wall of Himachal Meeting in Dharamsala,” mentioned Rupnagar SSP Dr Sandeep Garg.
He additional mentioned, “Throughout interrogation, the accused additionally accepted that he alongside together with his confederate had put up Khalistan banners outdoors our workplace (mini-secretariat advanced) in Ropar, Punjab on April 13. The accused have been handed over to Himachal Police.”
Ropar Police will deliver the accused again on a safety warrant. His different confederate has been recognized and will likely be nabbed quickly,” added Mr Garg.
Earlier on Wednesday, the particular investigation staff (SIT) of Himachal Pradesh arrested one accused in reference to the incident.
Notably, the ‘Khalistan’ flags had been discovered tied on the primary gate of the Meeting and partitions on Might 8.
Police had additionally registered an FIR below sections 153-A and 153-B of IPC, part 3 of HP Open Locations (Prevention of Disfigurement) Act, 1985, and part 13 of Illegal Actions Prevention Act (UAPA) at Dharamshala Police station after the ‘Khalistan’ flags incident.
Police charged banned outfit ‘Sikhs for Justice’ (SFJ) common counsel Gurpatwant Singh Pannun and referred to as him the ‘essential accused’ within the case.
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