Big action against terror links of gangsters across the country, NIA raids in 50 places including Punjab
NIA Raid: The investigating agency today raided around 50 locations in North India. This action has been taken to curb terrorist connections, arms smuggling and gang wars.
Taking a heavy crackdown on gangsters, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) today conducted raids at around 50 places across North India. Raids are being conducted at locations linked to several gangsters in Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Delhi and adjoining areas. The connection of these gangsters with terrorism and ISI has also come to the fore. In such a situation, the action of the NIA is considered very important. The investigating agency suspects that these gangsters are conducting illegal activities across the country and that too with the help of terrorist organizations. During this, NIA also raided the house of gangster Lawrence Bishnoi located in Dhutrawala. At the same time, the NIA also raided the residence of gangster Kala Rana in Yamunanagar in Haryana and the residence of gangster Vinay Deora in Faridkot, Punjab.
Officials associated with the NIA said that various gangsters operating from India and abroad were on the agency's radar after the nexus between gangsters and terrorists was revealed in the investigation of some terror cases. These raids are also being done regarding links with Khalistani terrorists.
Earlier, the NIA had prepared a dossier of ten gangsters including Lawrence Bishnoi and Neeraj Bawana. In this, the NIA had informed that the gangster's henchmen are very active in Punjab, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, and Rajasthan and their gangs are also operated from Canada and Dubai. The Special Cell of Delhi Police had also imposed a UAPA section against the gangsters.
In fact, after the killing of Sidhu Musewala, the links of gangsters of Punjab with ISI and Khalistani terrorists came to the fore. These gangsters are also getting weapons from abroad on a large scale and are doing target killing. Since then these gangsters across the country are on the radar of NIA.