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Punjab Police has got a big success. Police have busted a big terror module. Three people have been apprehended by Punjab Police with 1.5 kg IED-RDX and two pistols. The three accused were contacts of Canada-based gangster Lakhbir Singh Landa and Pakistan-based terrorist Harvinder Singh Rinda. This information was given by the Director General of Police (DGP) of Punjab, Gaurav Yadav. Police have also identified 25 other operatives of this network. Police is trying to find everyone.

DGP Gaurav Yadav has informed that the arrested accused include the main culprit of installing Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in Shahabad area of ​​Kurukshetra district of Haryana. It has been identified as Nachtar Singh alias Moti of Bhattal Sahaj Singh village of Tarn Taran. The other two arrested accused have been identified as Sukhdev Singh alias Shera, resident of village Gandiwind and Harpreet Singh alias Happy alias Billa, resident of Nowshera Pannuan village of Tarn Taran.

This item was found
Police have recovered an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) from them. RDX weighing 1.5 kg along with detonator, two pistols of .30 bore and .315 bore, eight cartridges and an unnumbered registered bike have been recovered.

As per the preliminary investigation, the DGP said that it has come to light that the three accused were in direct contact with Lakhbir Landa and were involved in extortion and cross-border smuggling of arms, explosives and drugs on a large scale.

Tarn Taran SSP Ranjit Singh Dhillon said that following credible information, the police team of Sarhali police station launched a naka and arrested three accused after recovering two pistols from their possession. Later, on the disclosure of Nachhatar Singh, the police teams also recovered the IED hidden outside Rattok village of Tarn Taran.

50 henchmen involved in network, 25 identified
The SSP said that the Landa-Rinda gang has a network of around 40-50 operatives. Of these, 25 operatives have been identified and a search operation has been launched to nab them. He said further investigation is on and more recovery of arms and explosives is expected.

Case registered under these sections
All against Tarn Taran police station, Sarhali, Section 389 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), Section 25(6), 26(7)(i), Section 4 and 5 of the Explosive Act and 21 of the NDPS Act, 31-59-85 registered under.

Who is Landa?
Lakhbir Singh Landa (33) is a resident of Tarn Taran. He fled to Canada in 2017. He was the one who planned the Rocket Propelled Grenade (RPG) terror attack on the Intelligence Headquarters of Punjab Police in Mohali. At the same time, an IED was also planted under the car of Sub-Inspector Dilbag Singh in Amritsar at his behest. He is believed to be an aide of Pakistan-based wanted terrorist Harvinder Singh alias Rinda.

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Punjab Police has got a big success. Police have busted a big terror module. Three people have been apprehended by Punjab Police with 1.5 kg IED-RDX and two pistols. The three accused were contacts of Canada-based gangster Lakhbir Singh Landa and Pakistan-based terrorist Harvinder Singh Rinda. This information was given by the Director General of Police (DGP) of Punjab, Gaurav Yadav. Police have also identified 25 other operatives of this network. Police is trying to find everyone.

DGP Gaurav Yadav has informed that the arrested accused include the main culprit of installing Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in Shahabad area of ​​Kurukshetra district of Haryana. It has been identified as Nachtar Singh alias Moti of Bhattal Sahaj Singh village of Tarn Taran. The other two arrested accused have been identified as Sukhdev Singh alias Shera, resident of village Gandiwind and Harpreet Singh alias Happy alias Billa, resident of Nowshera Pannuan village of Tarn Taran.

This item was found

Police have recovered an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) from them. RDX weighing 1.5 kg along with detonator, two pistols of .30 bore and .315 bore, eight cartridges and an unnumbered registered bike have been recovered.

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