Fri. Sep 22nd, 2023

“Listed terrorist” and Canada-based Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) operative Arshdeep Singh, aka Arsh Dala, seems to be apprehensive about “activities” by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in opposition to him and his associates.

Recently, he posted on his social media accounts to warn different gang members that somebody had created a pretend social media account in his title.

“Someone has created a fake ID using my name. Our fellow member, Manpreet Manila, was recently apprehended. I suspect the NIA is behind this fake ID, aiming to identify those in contact with me. I advise against connecting with this ID. I don’t want anyone to get into trouble because of a fake account. My only social media ID is the one I’ve always used. Those who wish to contact me should stay vigilant and reach out to me using my old ID, ” Dala wrote.

In June, Gagandeep Singh, alias Miti, was captured by the NIA throughout raids in Haryana and Punjab. Miti is a detailed affiliate of Dala and was the fifth individual to be arrested as a part of NIA’s ongoing efforts to dismantle the organized crime syndicate and community operated by Arsh Dala and the Philipines-based Manpreet Peeta (or Manpreet Manila) in Punjab.

In March and July, the NIA filed expenses in opposition to Dala in numerous circumstances. He was declared a proclaimed offender by a Mohali courtroom in July.

Dala and Peeta have been actively recruiting new members in India to hold out KTF’s actions. They are working underneath the steerage of Harjit Nijjar, KTF’s self-styled chief, at the moment primarily based in Canada, who was designated as an ‘particular person terrorist’ by the Ministry of Home Affairs in July 2020.

They increase funds by way of extortion and different means, in addition to have interaction in smuggling arms, ammunition, and explosives throughout the border.

The KTF, together with different proscribed terrorist organisations such because the Khalistan Liberation Force, the Babbar Khalsa International, and the International Sikh Youth Federation, has been concerned in selling terrorism in India. Their actions embrace smuggling terrorist {hardware} akin to arms, ammunition, explosives, and IEDs throughout worldwide borders for finishing up acts of terrorism like bombings and focused killings.

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