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Ludhiana police foils attack by Babbar Khalsa militants, arrests 7

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  1. OverLoad

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    "They were in contact with Surinder Singh Babbar, a terrorist based out in England, through Facebook", Ludhiana Police Commissioner said.
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    The Ludhiana police on Saturday arrested seven Babbar Khalsa militants who had planned to target anti-Khalistan people, Ludhiana Police Commissioner RN Dhoke said to The Indian Express. Dhoke also said that the militants had received funds from abroad.

    “They had motive of targeting people who wrote against Khalistan but our timely intervention foiled their plan,” ANI quoted Ludhiana Police Commissioner as saying.

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    Dhoke further said, “They were in contact with Surinder Singh Babbar, a terrorist based out in England, through Facebook.”
    http://indianexpress.com/article/in...alsa-militants-anti-khalistan-people-4868526/
     
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    It's a dead moment. There supporters can be counted on Fingers.

    In near future, two countries will be carved out of Pakistan - Baluchistan & Sindhudesh. Nawaz's Party will remain King of Punjabis in remaining Pakistan.
     
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    Do not being religion and family in to forum.....Will not be tolerated
     
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    Lols propaganda ahh I will remind you when I saw same type material about Pakistan. I hope you are not following double standards.:notonidf:
     
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    We have our standards and we will maintain it......
     
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    You do realize we are here to paint a bad picture of your territory (its not a country)

    And we are going to keep doing it and there is little you can do to stop it on a global level
     
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    carry on Jatta.
     
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    http://www.thehindu.com/news/nation...have-dedicated-probe-wing/article20556692.ece

    IPS forum lauds move to separate law & order machinery from investigation
    The Punjab government’s decision to create a separate police wing for investigation has drawn appreciation from the India Police Service (Central) Association.

    Strengthened policing

    The decision to create a separate wing so as to strengthen policing and ensure proper investigation of heinous crimes will also benefit other States, the IPS Association on Sunday.

    “Good move by CM Punjab Capt. Amarinder in line with Supreme Court judgement in Prakash Singh case. Punjab police may share their experience for benefit of other States,” the Association said on its official twitter handle.

    Under the proposal cleared by the Cabinet on Friday last, the law and order machinery will be separated from the investigation wing, and specialised crime investigation units established in every district. “These units will be headed by an officer, not below the rank of inspector, with an appropriate strength of officers and staff, for investigating such categories of specialised crime as may be deemed appropriate,” an official spokesperson said in a statement.

    The investigation staff will not be diverted for any other duty, except under exceptional circumstances and with the permission of the Inspectors-General of Police concerned,.

    State government's move is being seen to be prompted by the need to keep the function of investigation separate from law and order duties so that probe of heinous crimes does not get hindered.
     
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    http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/pu...a-cbi-gather-more-info-on-accused/501415.html

    Teams of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) visited Moga and Ludhiana today as part of their investigation into the murder of RSS leaders and the matriarch of the Namdhari sect.

    The NIA is investigating the murder of RSS leader Ravinder Gosain, who was gunned down outside his house in Ludhiana on October 17.

    The CBI, meanwhile, is probing the murder of Namdhari sect matriarch Chand Kaur, who was killed at Bhaini Sahib in Ludhiana on April 3, 2016, and RSS leader Brig Jagdish Gagneja (retd), who was shot in Jalandhar on August 6, 2016.

    The Moga police claimed to have solved the murder cases of right-wing leaders, but Central agencies are conducting a parallel investigation into the three cases.

    Moga Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Raj Jit Singh Hundal told The Tribune teams of the NIA and the CBI gathered information about radial Sikh activists and gangsters, who were recently arrested by the local police.

    “We have not provided any official document to the teams as the investigation is still in progress, but shared information about an international terror module involved in the murder of religious leaders,” he added. The Punjab Police see no link between the international terror module and the Namdhari murder case, believing it to be an outcome of a succession battle within the sect.

    The Central Bureau of Investigation, however, feels that the modus operandi in this and other cases is similar — “two motorcycle-borne assailants fired shots from a close range”. The CBI team is likely to visit the house of late Brig Gagneja (retd) and the crime spot and also the dera of the Namdhari sect, sources said.
     
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    http://indianexpress.com/article/in...m-jagtar-singh-johal-amarinder-singh-4950517/
    Written by KAMALDEEP SINGH BRAR | Chandigarh/amritsar | Updated: November 23, 2017 10:41 am
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    Punjab CM Capt. Amarinder Singh (File)

    Punjab targeted killings: UK talks of ‘extreme action’ if Johal tortured; ‘baseless’ charge, says Captain

    The chief minister's remarks came a day after UK government said it would take “extreme action” if any British citizen was being “tortured”. On Wednesday, Amarinder said that due process of the law was being followed in the case of Johal, who is an accused in the cases of targeted killings in Punjab.



    As allegations of British national Jagtar Singh Johal being tortured by Punjab Police reached the British Parliament, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Wednesday dismissed as “baseless” the charge that Johal alias Jaggi was being tortured in custody.

    The chief minister’s remarks came a day after UK government said it would take “extreme action” if any British citizen was being “tortured”. On Wednesday, Amarinder said that due process of the law was being followed in the case of Johal, who is an accused in the cases of targeted killings in Punjab.

    In a radio interview, British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday had said,“I am aware about the concerns expressed about Jagtar Singh Johal. Representatives from foreign office met with him and are obviously pursuing the case and watching what is happening with concerned and will take take action necessary.”

    British MP Martin Docherty-Hughes, who has been campaigning for Johal’s release, also raised the matter in House of Commons on Tuesday. “I want if foreign secretary can tell us about discussion with India regarding human rights record in state of Punjab critically related to my constituent Jagtar Singh Johal, who has been in custody since November 4 without charge. PM Theresa May indicated personal interest in the issue while speaking in a radio programme,” he said.

    Replying for the government, Rory Stewart, Minister of State for Department for International Development and Minister of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, said, “We have been taking it very seriously. British High Commission managed to have access and we now have a meeting with the constituents. We take any allegation of torture very seriously. As indeed with the Indian government, this is completely unconstitutional and offensive to the British government and we will work very closely to investigate and, off course, we will take extreme action if a British national is tortured.”

    In Chandigarh, Amarinder said that “the accused was not tortured” in custody, adding that “after his arrest, the accused was produced before the court and remanded to police custody…” The chief minister said that Johal was also provided consular access and “the National Investigation Agency (NIA) was involved in the investigation as this conspiracy has international links”.

    British High Commission in Delhi has demanded private access to Jagtar Singh Johal for Thursday, November 23, and confirmed that its representatives will be in court on Friday.

    Punjab Police had earlier claimed that it had “sufficient” evidence to prove the complicity of Johal in the targeted killings. It had also claimed to have found him to be involved in conspiracy, coordination, funding and arranging of weapons for members of the KLF module busted in connections with the targeted killings.

    with PTI inputs
     
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    President's Secretariat
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    President’s message on the eve of martyrdom day of Guru Tegh Bahadur

    The President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind in his message on the eve of the martyrdom day of Guru Tegh Bahadur has said, “On the occasion of the observance of the Shaheedi Divas of Guru Tegh Bahadur, let us recall and commemorate his supreme sacrifice for the cause of human dignity, liberty and freedom of worship.

    The teachings and the martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur convey a message of everlasting significance and represent universal and unalienable values that are the right of every human being.

    On this solemn day, let us dedicate ourselves to the principles that Guru Tegh Bahadur stood for and gave his life for.”

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    NEW DELHI/LONDON , May 29, 2018 22:48 IST
    Updated: May 29, 2018 23:04 IST
    http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/india-uk-to-talk-amid-rows/article24027307.ece?homepage=true


    Agenda includes controversial subjects of extradition and immigration

    Two days after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj divulged contents of a conversation between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his British counterpart, Theresa May, over the extradition of fugitives , Indian officials are willing to push the cases to deportation with British officials at the Home Affairs dialogue in Delhi on Wednesday.

    “There is little Ms. May, or the British Home Office can do in the case, and the Crown Prosecution Service has been commended for putting together what is considered to be a strong case for extradition,” an official, who asked not to be named, told The Hindu. The next hearing in the case is expected on July 11, after which the court may issue a decision date.

    During the talks, India is also expected to enquire about progress in other extradition requests,who have now believed to have taken refuge in the U.K., as well as Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT) cases, where India awaits responses to queries on Khalistani groups including the Babbar Khalsa operating in the U.K.

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    The original agreement, which was inked as an MoU by Minister of State Kiren Rijiju in London in January, had to be shelved at the last minute on the eve of Prime Minister Modi’s visit in April, after the Cabinet decided to review its terms.

    According to officials, the agreement’s stipulation that undocumented immigrants would be returned in a “70-day” timeline was “unrealistic and unachievable”, and India preferred not to sign the agreement after the May-Modi meeting, causing some confusion at the time, as it was the key agreement expected to be completed.

    “The agreement paves the way for a quicker and more efficient process for documenting and returning Indian nationals who are in the U.K. illegally. We look forward to further discussions with the government of India on this MoU and hope that it will be ratified and implemented soon,” said a British Home Office statement on Tuesday.

    Officials in London and New Delhi said that India is yet to give its objections to the agreement in writing.

    The Home Affairs dialogue, which was first held in May 2017, has also run into trouble this year because of all the changes within the British Home Office in recent weeks, including key officials in charge of dealing with issues with India.

    In April, Home Secretary Amber Rudd was sacked after it emerged that she had misled a parliamentary committee over the deportation of Caribbean immigrants.

    Permanent Undersecretary Patsy Wilkinson, who will lead the British delegation to Delhi on Wednesday, will leave her post in June.

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    The dialogue has already run into several controversies.

    On Monday, Ms. Swaraj said Mr. Modi had snubbed Ms. May during their meeting in London in April when she had raised concerns over the poor condition of Indian jails, saying they were the “same jails that Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru and other leaders” had been kept in during British rule.

    Asked about the conversation, British and Indian officials said the Mallya case is now entirely within the purview of British courts.

    The Union Home Secretary, Shri Rajiv Gauba and the Second Permanent Secretary, Home Office, UK, Ms. Patsy Wilkinson leading respective delegations, during the 3rd Home Affairs Dialogue between India and UK, in New Delhi on May 30, 2018.[​IMG]

    Prosecution launched by the Income Tax Department under the Black Money (Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets) and Imposition of Tax Act of 2015.

    The petitioners contended in their affidavits that the Principal Director of Income Tax (Investigation) was not a competent officer to launch prosecution under Section 50 of the Act and, therefore, the complaint filed against them should be quashed.

    They also claimed that the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) court in Egmore, Chennai, was not the designated special court under the Act.

    Justice T.S. Sivagnanam dismissed their plea in April last. It was only thereafter, I-T officials went ahead and launched prosecution.

    The High Court to restrain I-T officials from launching prosecution against them under the Act with respect to a property purchased by them jointly at a cost of £5.35 lakh at Cambridge in the United Kingdom.

    “If any proceedings are initiated by the CMM based on the persecution complaint filed by the second respondent [Principal Director], who is incompetent to file the complaint, it will cause prejudice to the respondents.

    The petitioner does not have any undisclosed foreign asset and hence does not come within the purview of the Black Money Act,” the petitioners said in their identical affidavits.
     
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