ISI hatched a terrorist conspiracy to influence Punjab and UP elections, intelligence agencies alerted

ISI hatched a terrorist conspiracy to influence Punjab and UP elections, intelligence agencies alerted

 The dates for the assembly elections in five states of the country have been announced. Terrorist organizations are hatching a new conspiracy to influence the electoral process in the state. Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) has activated its terrorist organizations with the aim of increasing Khalistani footprints in Punjab. The country's intelligence agencies have warned about this in parts of the state and Uttar Pradesh.

Sources in the security system, quoting intelligence, said that ISI-sponsored Sikh terrorist organizations may target election rallies and try to kill some important leaders or VVIPs during the election process in parts of Punjab, UP and Uttarakhand. .

ISI activated all terrorist groups small or big

According to sources, as an opportune moment to revive the Khalistani movement in the state in the wake of Punjab elections, the ISI has activated all terrorist groups, small or big, which have been tasked to influence the election process.

According to the information received, inputs have been shared by the Punjab, UP and Uttarakhand administration, which has revealed that these organizations may try to infiltrate other states also to gain their support among the Sikh population.

The ISI has also told these banned Sikh militant outfits that it is time for Khalistan to be 'now or never'.

The UP and Uttarakhand governments have been asked to keep a watch on these activities and keep in touch with Sikh religious leaders and prominent persons in these states.

ISI's instructions to Sikh terrorist groups operating abroad for supply of arms

ISI has directed Sikh terrorist groups operating abroad to organize the supply of arms and explosives to Punjab and supply of arms through Pakistani handlers to organizations like International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF), Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) Instruct to make arrangements.

Many Khalistani supporters including Sikh terrorist Wadhav Singh Babbar in contact with ISI

The sources also quoted intelligence inputs as saying that Sikh terrorists Wadhav Singh Babbar of BKI, Paramjit Singh Panjawar of Khalistan Commando Force and Ranjit Singh Neeta of Khalistan Zindabad Force are in constant touch with ISI and are following the instructions.

ISYF has great influence in villages along the international border with Pakistan

Sources also said that the Lakhvir Singh-led ISYF has considerable influence in villages along the international border with Pakistan and many of his henchmen are experts in making bombs and other explosive devices. Sources said Singh has been entrusted with the task of arranging a safe passage to Punjab after the smuggling of these explosive materials.

Over 60 drone incidents were witnessed along the Indo-Pak border in Punjab sector

The use of drones to transport weapons and explosives across the border has become a major challenge for the security forces along the Punjab border in recent times. According to officials, more than 60 incidents of drones have been seen along the India-Pakistan border in the Punjab sector. Many of them were gunned down by the Border Security Force. The investigation into the recent Ludhiana blasts has also revealed how these Sikh extremist groups along with their grassroots activists are trying to carry out their terror attacks in the state.

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There are already many cases against the priest arrested for conversion in Goa: Chief Minister

There are already many cases against the priest arrested for conversion in Goa: Chief Minister

Panaji. Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said the pastor, who was arrested recently for allegedly luring people to convert to Christianity in the state, already has several cases, including one related to the death of a person. Talking to reporters on Saturday, Sawant said that the state government fully respects the right to religious freedom enshrined in the Constitution, but there will be no tolerance for forcing people to convert with the lure of money or other things.

Dominic D'Souza, a pastor operating in North Goa's Saligao, about 20 km from the capital Panaji, and his wife Joan were arrested on Thursday after two people filed separate complaints, a police official said. In these complaints, it was alleged that both were involved in conversion. The official had said that the pastor and his wife were allegedly motivating people to convert to Christianity by offering money or luring them to get treatment for the disease.

Sawant said that earlier also the cases of forced conversions allegedly by D'Souza had come to the notice of the police. He said a case was also registered against the pastor in connection with the death of a man, to whom he allegedly applied "miraculous oil". Sawant said that action has been taken against the priest as per law and the investigation will continue. The police have also booked the priest and his wife under sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion and indulging in willful and malicious acts with intent to outrage religious sentiments, besides drugs and miracles. A case has been registered under the provisions of the Remedy (Objectionable Advertisement) Act.

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