- Multani, affiliated with SFJ, has been arrested from Berlin, Germany
- Information has been received about Multani’s contact with Ludhiana blast accused Gagandeep
- Conspiracy was also hatching to incite riots in the country by killing farmer leaders
- Multani was trying to spoil the situation in Punjab with the help of ISI
There is a conspiracy going on at the international level to shake and destabilize Punjab. The Ludhiana court blast was also a part of the same conspiracy. Some documents and audio clips related to this international conspiracy have been taken by the security agencies. Documents and audio clips reveal a conspiracy to destabilize the country along with Punjab. Based on this, Jaswinder Singh Multani, who allegedly belonged to Sikh for Justice in Germany, has been arrested in Berlin, Germany. He has been arrested on the request of Indian agencies.
While staying in Germany, Multani was sending shocking goods from across the border to Punjab. Consignments of explosives, grenades and other weapons were delivered to Punjab from across the border. With the help of Pakistan-based operatives and arms smugglers, he got these items delivered to Punjab. Using these, he was trying to carry out terrorist activities in Punjab. His name has also figured in the Ludhiana Court Blast. In view of all these cases, Indian security agencies had requested the German government to arrest him. He is arrested from Berlin. It is believed that Multani can also be brought to India for questioning.
Arrested on request of agencies
Jaswinder Singh Multani, belonging to SFJ, has been detained in Germany by the concerned authorities on the request of Indian agencies. Sufficient evidence was given to the German authorities that Multani was wanted in India and was part of a larger conspiracy. He was eventually taken into custody in Berlin through diplomatic channels. Now there is a possibility that he will be brought to India to face trial. Intelligence agencies have claimed that Multani wanted to create anarchy-like situation across India.
There was a conspiracy to kill farmer leaders
Multani had also tried to target Balbir Singh Rajewal, president of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Rajewal) during the farmers’ movement. Many farmer leaders were on his hit list. He was conspiring to create a genocide in the country by carrying out these killings. According to the dossier of the Punjab Police, Multani is an expert in radicalizing the youth against India. Intelligence agencies have claimed that Pakistan’s ISI is financially helping it to recruit people in India. Multani is a suspect in the Ludhiana District and Sessions Court blast case.
Multani was in touch with Gagandeep
According to sources, the head constable Gagandeep, who was sacked from the Punjab Police, was also in contact with Multani. Gagandeep had planted the bomb in the Ludhiana court complex. He was killed by the sudden detonation of the bomb. Indian intelligence agencies gathered information and found an international angle in the blast. He came to know that Gagandeep used to frequently contact Multani. This input was shared with the authorities concerned in Berlin to nab Multani. Intelligence agencies have claimed that Multani was running several anti-India operations including terrorism.
Two FIRs were registered against Multani
Two FIRs have been registered against Multani in Punjab. He has been accused of spreading terrorism in India. The first case was registered against him on February 7 in Amritsar. Police had arrested four persons from Tarn Taran, Amritsar and Ferozepur with arms and ammunition and Multani’s name had cropped up during investigation. Multani allegedly sent money to one of the accused, Jeevan Singh and tasked him to kill farmer leader Balbir Singh Rajewal for creating a riot-like situation. The second FIR against Multani was registered in August this year at the Tarn Taran police station. He was accused of supplying hand grenades.
There was a blast in the Ludhiana court on 23rd
On December 23, there was a blast in the District and Sessions Court of Ludhiana. Gagandeep Singh, who allegedly planted the bomb, died on the spot. He was fixing the bomb that suddenly exploded, killing him on the spot and injuring six others. Sources said that Gagandeep was in touch with international mentors including Multani. It is being told that Multani was instigating Gagandeep for the terrorist attack through a handler. Now after this disclosure, a big conspiracy to instigate people on a large scale in the country seems to be coming to the fore.
Big disclosure in Ludhiana court blast case