Major terror module busted in Punjab, Tiffin bombs, AK-56, pistol recovered
Major terror module busted in Punjab, Tiffin bombs, AK-56, pistol recovered

Chandigarh: A terror module of the Pakistani agency ISI has been busted in Amritsar, Punjab. The Punjab Police has arrested a suspect with a tiffin bomb, two AK-56 rifles and heroin ahead of the festivals. The name of the arrested accused is Yograj Yogi. Police have said that his links are connected to Canada and Pakistan. In the past, five AK-47 rifles have been recovered from his possession. Since then, he was on the target of security agencies.

DGP Gaurav Yadav has said that the arrested accused takes instructions from Canada-based gangster Lakhbir Landa, Pakistan-based gangster Harvinder Rinda and Italy-based terrorist Harpreet. A tiffin bomb, two kg heroin, two AK-56s, 25 cartridges, a pistol and a car were seized from the accused. SSP Amritsar Rural Police identified five more members of the Landa and Rinda gangs, a search operation was launched to nab them.

The arrested accused has been identified as Yograj Singh alias Yoga, a resident of Rajok village in Tarn Taran. Apart from this, the police have also identified five more accomplices. Who was involved in modules carrying out illegal activities in Punjab and adjoining states. Police have also recovered a tiffin box filled with RDX. Two magazines, two latest AK-56 assault rifles with 30 live cartridges, and a .30 bore pistol along with six live cartridges were also found.

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