Chandigarh: After the murder of Hindu leader Sudhir Suri in Amritsar district of Punjab, a man had distributed sweets on Jalandhar bypass in Ludhiana. The police have registered a case against the accused. During the investigation, the police have identified the accused.
Police have also found a terror link of the accused. The youth has been identified as Kulwinder Singh alias Golu, a resident of Sangrur. He was currently living in Salem Tabri in Ludhiana and was working as a ‘adda in-charge’ in a private bus company.
According to Police Commissioner Kaustubh Sharma, Amritpal Kaur alias Amrit, wife of accused Kulwinder Singh, is facing trial against her and others under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) registered in Mohali in 2017. She is lodged in jail.
Raids underway to nab
CP Sharma said who instigated Kulwinder Singh to celebrate Suri’s death will be ascertained after his arrest. Police conducted raids to arrest him, but he is absconding. Police are also trying to ascertain if he was in touch with radical groups. The case has been registered following the statement of Shiv Sena Samajwadi President Honey Bhardwaj.
Laddoos were distributed at the bus stand
While distributing laddoos among locals and bus passengers on Jalandhar bypass, the man was saying that he was celebrating the murder of Sudhir Suri on Friday, Bhardwaj said. He immediately complained to the police and lodged a case against him under IPC section 295A at Salem Tabri police station on Saturday.
The terror module was busted in 2017
Further, the Police Commissioner said that mohali police had busted a terror module in July 2017 with the arrest of Amritpal Kaur alias Amrit, Harbinder Singh, Jarnail Singh and Randeep Singh among three others. The police had recovered illegal weapons from their possession.
It was also revealed that they had conspired to kill the accused of sacrilege of members of some socio-religious organizations under the banner of Khalistan Zindabad.