Amritpal Punjab Police 154 People Arrested 154 people were arrested on charges of breach of peace
Punjab: Amritpal Singh (Amritpal Singh) escaped with dust in the eyes of the police. The administration is desperate to arrest the fugitive Amritpal Singh Punjab Police has released pictures of his various disguises around the police to look for him. The police have kept strict vigilance in the border areas of Punjab. Section 144 has been issued in sensitive areas In the meantime, 154 people were arrested on charges of disturbing peace and harmony, said Punjab Police IG Sukhchain Singh Gill.
Punjab Police IG Sukhchain Singh Gill confirmed that the situation in the state is now completely stable and under control. A total of 154 people were arrested for disturbing the peace and harmony of the state. The Punjab Police launched an operation against Amritpal Singh and his associates on Saturday. He also informed that a lookout circular has been issued against Amritpal Singh. The police are trying to arrest him. He said that Punjab Police is getting full cooperation from other state and central agencies in this move.
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According to the sources, the Punjab Police has released a total of seven pictures of Amritpal’s changed face. The IGP appealed to the common people to get Amritpal’s whereabouts by sharing pictures of different looks. Jalandhar Rural Police recovered a Brezza car, IGP said. which Amritpal used to escape. Police have arrested four accused namely Manpreet Singh alias Manna of Nava Killa in Shahkot, Gurdeep Singh alias Deepa of Bal Nau village in Nakodar, Harpreet Singh alias Happy of Kotla Nodh Singh village. These four accused helped Amritpal escape, the police claimed.
Recently, Amritpal Singh has come forward again with the demand of Khalistan. The Punjab Police started an operation to arrest him last Saturday. He escaped with dust in the eyes of the police, Amritpal is currently missing. According to government sources, Amritpal maintains close ties with Pakistani intelligence agency ISI (ISI) and some militant groups based abroad.