4 Babbar Khalsa men arrested in England

4 Babbar Khalsa men arrested in England

There are 148 comments on the The Times of India story from Jul 22, 2010, titled 4 Babbar Khalsa men arrested in England. In it, The Times of India reports that:

CHANDIGARH/NEW DELHI: In a development which shows presence of Khalistani outfit -- Babbar Khalsa International -- in the United Kingdom from where it has been trying to revive militancy in Punjab, the West Midlands Police in England has arrested four radicals, including the dreaded Paramjit Singh Pamma, for their involvement in the killing of ...

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Chicago, IL

#155 Jan 3, 2013
RSS Pedo In Sydney Aus wrote:
Sydney the only terrorist here is your hindoo arse.
You hindoos have prositute in your holy places Somnath is one fine example.
r y BKI, what is your ID passport and Visa ?????
RSS Pedo In Sydney Aus


#156 Jan 3, 2013
Chicago, IL

sydney I think you is BKI bhabhichod congressite idiot. I know your address.


#157 Jan 5, 2013
Some reports have indicated that efforts were made by the ISI to help the BKI establish bases in China, but these initiatives were reportedly thwarted by the Chinese, who were not enthused by the project.
Reports February 2004 indicated that India has initiated efforts to secure the return of Mehal Singh from the French capital Paris. One of the two principal leaders of the group, he is alleged to have left for France from Pakistan during the later part of 2003. Official sources said that his decision to leave Pakistan was influenced by differences with Wadhwa Singh.
Wadhwa Singh's son-in-law Satnam Singh Malian operates from Germany, deflecting surveillance from the former.
he Punjab Police arrested a BKI militant from Bhagowal village near Batala area in Gurdaspur District. He was identified as Jagtar Singh, a resident of Bhagowal village under Qilla Lal Singh Police Station. Jagtar Singh was sent to Joint Interrogation Centre (JIC) Amritsar for investigations, Batala Police sources said.

June 15: A suspected militant of the BKI, identified as Sukhdev Singh alias Sukha, has been arrested and 1.4 kilograms RDX, besides arms and ammunition, recovered in Amritsar District, Police said.''After a secret tip-off, we arrested Sukhdev late Tuesday night from the border of Khalkian and Rattangarh villages. He was wanted in many pending criminal cases,'' Senior Superintendent of Police (Special Operation Cell) Malwinder Singh said.''We have recovered 1.4 kilogram RDX, two pistols, one automatic machine gun and over 130 live cartridges from his possession. Our interrogation is on and we are trying to unearth other details from him,'' he added. Meanwhile, five persons have been arrested from a village in Amritsar and six kilograms of RDX as well 20 detonators, time-devices and heroin recovered from them, Police said on June 10, reports IANS. The special operation cell of the intelligence wing of Punjab Police raided a village in border District follow a tip-off, said a senior official. "We have arrested five accused and recovered six kilograms of RDX, 20 detonators, 10 time-devices, 10 metres of fuse wire and two kilograms heroin from their possession," the official told IANS on condition of anonymity. "Right now we are not in a position to tell from where they had procured these explosives and drugs. Their interrogation is on and very soon we will unearth the truth. We will look into all aspects and also try to ascertain whether they have any foreign links," he added.

Chicago, IL

#158 Jan 6, 2013
The two killers of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi were on Sunday honoured by Akal Takht, the highest temporal seat of Sikh religion, on their 24th death anniversary amid presence of a local Akali leader.

Satwant Singh and Kehar Singh were hanged on January 6, 1989 after a
trial for killing Gandhi in 1984.

Jathedar Gaini Gurbachan Singh presented a 'siropa'(robe of honour) to Tirlok Singh, father of Satwant Singh at a function organised by SGPC.

The 'Jathedar' also accorded them the status of 'martyrs of faith'.

SAD Amritsar president and former MP Simranjit Singh Mann and Dal Khalsa (Sikh radical outfit) leader Kanwar Pal Singh were present at the occasion.

However, SGPC president Avtar Singh Makkar was not present in the ceremony, in which no speech was delivered but Ardas (prayer) was offered in their memory.

Dal Khalsa leader Kanwar Pal Singh told reporters, "On this day, we pay rich tributes to them as they sacrificed their lives to avenge the sacrilege of Darbar Sahib and Akal Takht."

He said,"Sikhs feel proud of them and have full respect for their martyrdom."

shanker Lal


#159 Jan 8, 2013
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CHANDIGARH/NEW DELHI: In a development which shows presence of Khalistani outfit -- Babbar Khalsa International (BKI)-- in the United Kingdom (UK) from where it has been trying to revive militancy in Punjab, the West Midlands Police in England has arrested four radicals, including the dreaded Paramjit Singh Pamma, for their involvement in the killing of Rulda Singh, the Punjab-based chief of RSS's Sikh arm Rashtriya Sikh Sangat.
Pamma is a BKI terrorist who fled to Europe from Punjab. The three others who were caught were Gursharan Bir Singh, Piara Singh Gill and Amritbir Singh.
Sources in Punjab Police said they were arrested in England on the basis of inputs provided by India where intelligence agencies tracked certain leads suggesting the BKI's move to broaden its base in Punjab using its sympathisers in the state.
A police official said a team of the UK police had visited Punjab and returned recently after collecting vital information and background of BKI terrorists including Pamma and others.
As the killing of Rulda Singh involved Sikh extremism, the case is being investigated by the Counter Terrorism Unit (CTU) of the West Midland Police in UK.
Rulda Singh was shot near his residence in Patiala in July last year and Punjab cops managed to arrest two accused Darshan Singh and Jagmohan Singh in September 2009.
The interrogation of both the accused revealed the UK connection in the murder and it came to light that the assassination was planned by BKI's Pamma based in UK. The accused disclosed that acting at the behest of Jagtar Singh Tara and others of the BKI, Pamma planned the murder of Rulda. Tara had been arrested for his involvement in the assassination of Punjab CM Beant Singh but he managed to escape after digging a 94-long tunnel inside Burail jail in Chandigarh in 2003.
The Punjab police have already stated that the reason behind the assassination of Rulda Singh was his pro-RSS ideology that had irked extremists.
hahahaha, this is that Chandigarh pagh walla, he's been caught with his pants down


#160 Jan 8, 2013
shanker Lal
Sydney, Australia

I think congress boy your time is coming.

Ashburn, VA

#161 Jul 14, 2013
khalsa cannot raj

Central District, Hong Kong

#162 Jul 14, 2013

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