SIT arrest Punjab man for putting up Khalistan flags at Himachal Pradesh assembly

The special investigation team  (SIT) of Himachal Pradesh on Wednesday captured one of the two blamed for setting up Khalistan banners at the Himachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha door and scribbling spray painting on its limit divider.

In a press articulation, the police said that a group drove by SIT in-control Vimukt Ranjan assaulted a house at Morinda around 8.30am and gathered together Harbir Singh, nom de plume Raju, 30, an occupant of Ward No 1, Sugar Mill Road, Morinda in Rupnagar region.

The Himachal Pradesh Police group likewise struck the place of Paramjit Singh at Rurhki Heera town in Chamkaur Sahib of Rupnagar region however neglected to capture him as he had proactively escaped.

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Raju is being brought to Dharamshala and endeavors are on to capture his assistant.

“One of the two individuals who set up Khalistan banners at the Vidhan Sabha door has been captured a couple of hours prior. The captured denounced is from Morinda in Punjab,” boss pastor Jai Ram Thakur said in a proclamation.

Khalistan banners were set up at the Vidhan Sabha complex passage entryway at Tapovan close to Dharamshala on May 8.

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu of the restricted favorable to Khalistan bunch Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) asserted liability regarding the demonstration through an email shipped off media houses.

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