Major Success: Punjab Police Dismantles BKI Terrorist Module
Major Success: Punjab Police Dismantles BKI Terrorist Module

Chandigarh: The Punjab Police has achieved a significant success by dismantling a terrorist module in SS Nagar and arresting four individuals associated with the Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) organization. This group had reportedly been tasked with carrying out targeted killings in Punjab and was involved in smuggling weapons from Pakistan using drones.

Punjab's Director General of Police (DGP) took to social media to share this development, emphasizing that the BKI module was supported by Pakistan-based terrorist Harvinder Rinda, who received logistical assistance from Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). During the operation, law enforcement recovered six pistols and 275 live cartridges.

The Punjab Police expressed its commitment to upholding peace and harmony in the state, in line with the vision of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann. Babbar Khalsa International (BKI), also known as Babbar Khalsa, is a pro-Khalistan terrorist organization that advocates for a separate Sikh state. It has been banned by both the Indian and British governments due to its history of violence and terrorism. The organization played a significant role in fueling unrest and terror in Punjab, particularly during the 1980s.

However, in the 1990s, numerous individuals associated with BKI were eliminated in encounters with law enforcement, leading to a decline in the group's influence. Babbar Khalsa International is designated as a terrorist organization in multiple countries, including Canada, Germany, India, and the United Kingdom. In the 1990s, government efforts to infiltrate the Khalistan movement and other terrorist organizations significantly weakened Babbar Khalsa. Additionally, the deaths of key figures, such as Sukhdev Singh Babbar (9 August 1992) and Talwinder Singh Parmar (15 October 1992), further contributed to the organization's decline.

This operation marks a substantial achievement for the Punjab Police in curbing the activities of this banned terrorist group and ensuring the safety and security of the region.

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