NSA invoked against separatist Amritpal Singh
National Security Act Against Amritpal Singh: Amritpal Singh, the head of the pro-Khalistan organization Waris Punjab De, is currently absconding, but the police are on the lookout for him. Meanwhile, today a big decision has been taken against Amritpal.
Amritpal Singh heads the Waris Punjab De, a pro-Khalistan outfit. The police are after him to promote Khalistani activities and spoil the atmosphere in Punjab. Although Amritpal has not yet been caught by the police, the police's efforts are on. A non-bailable arrest warrant was issued against Amritpal on March 18. Meanwhile, a major decision has been taken today in the Amritpal case.
Rasuka has been implemented against Amritpal Singh today. Rasuka means National Security Act. This information has been given by Punjab Police IGP Sukhchain Singh Gill. Sukhchain Singh Gill also told that the police are working following the law. Now Amritpal has not been arrested, but everyone will be informed as soon as he is arrested.
Sukhchain Singh Gill also informed that the Maruti Suzuki Brezza in which Amritpal fled has been seized by the police. According to the police, 4 people had helped Amritpal to escape. The Arms Act has been invoked against all four of them. All four of them have been arrested and during interrogation, it has come to light that after escaping, Amritpal went to a Gurdwara in Nangal Ambia village of Jalandhar district, where he changed clothes before fleeing again.