NIA Raids on Ludhiana Court Blast Case: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) raided two places in Punjab today i.e. Friday (January 20) in the Ludhiana court bomb blast case. In this raid, the NIA has claimed to have seized Rs 10,16,000 in cash, mobile phones, SIM cards and a diary containing objectionable material.
NIA took this action in Sri Muktsar Sahib and Gurdaspur districts of Punjab. Please tell that on 23 December 2021 there was a bomb blast in Ludhiana Court. One person was killed and six people were injured in this incident. In this case, the NIA had arrested terrorist Harpreet Singh on 02 December 2022.
National Investigation Agency conducted searches at two different locations in Punjab’s Sri Muktsar Sahib and Gurdaspur districts today, in Ludhiana court bomb blast case that occurred on December 23, 2021 in which one person died and six were injured. pic.twitter.com/DovrYb1KKa
— ANI (@ANI) January 20, 2023
Terrorist Harpreet Singh also arrested
Terrorist Harpreet Singh is accused of plotting this incident. He fled to Malaysia after the incident. On his arrival from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the NIA nabbed him at the Delhi airport. On terrorist Harpreet Singh, the National Investigation Agency told that he is an associate of Khalistani Lakhbir Singh Rode, who is the head of Pakistan-based International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF).
The reward was Rs 10 lakh
The NIA also informed that a reward of Rs 10 lakh was declared on Harpreet Singh, against whom a non-bailable warrant was issued from the special NIA court and a look out circular was issued. Along with Lakhbir Singh Rode, Harpreet conspired for the Ludhiana court bomb blast. On the instructions of Lakhbir, Harpreet arranged the delivery of IED from Pakistan. The IED was sent from Pakistan for the blast in the court.
the wreckage lies there
Let us tell you that before the Punjab assembly elections, there was a blast on the second floor of the old court complex in Ludhiana. The explosion was so strong that the surrounding houses were also shaken. Due to this, an atmosphere of panic was created in the whole of Punjab. According to Dainik Bhaskar’s report, the marks of the blast are still visible in the court. Due to the NIA investigation, not even a brick has been moved from here to there. An iron angle is also lying in the way of the lawyers passing by.