Arrested BKI operatives were assigned for targeted killings, says Punjab Police
PTC News Desk: The Punjab Police said on Saturday that four operatives of Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) were assigned by their handlers to carry out targeted killings in a major city in the state.
"They were assigned for targeted killings in a big city in Punjab. They stayed there and were waiting for directions from their handlers. The handlers are in different countries. This is a great success. I would congratulate the team," Punjab police IG Gurpreet Singh Bhullar stated.
On Saturday, Punjab police announced the arrest of four members of the terrorist organization Babbar Khalsa International.
The police also stated that they have information on some other people who are involved in this module and that they will be arrested soon.
"In our investigation till now, we have arrested four people. In this, some more names are coming up that were involved in this module. They will also be arrested soon. A big incident that was about to happen has been averted... People who are all arrested have criminal backgrounds," Mohali SSP Sandeep Kumar Garg added.
Meanwhile, Punjab police DGP Gaurav Yadav stated on social media platform X, "The BKI module was tasked for targeted killings. Drones were used to smuggle weapons from #Pakistan. Six pistols and 275 live cartridges were recovered from them. The BKI module was tasked with targeted killings.