Internet shutdown in Punjab, Amritpal Singh declared fugitive Pipa News


Internet shutdown in Punjab, Amritpal Singh declared fugitive

New Delhi: Khalistan supporter and heir Punjab De chief Amritpal Singh is absconding. According to Punjab Police, seven people were arrested in Saturday’s operation. But he managed to escape. According to the police, a search operation was also conducted at his house and his father has been directed to ask his son to surrender. The Punjab Police refused to search the house. But Amritpal’s father Tarsim Singh claims that the police did not find anything objectionable in the investigation.

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According to reports, Punjab Police and Central Security Forces on Saturday set up a camp in Jallapur Kheda, a village near Amritsar, and surrounded his house from all sides. People near Amritpal were watching the police activities from their rooftops. But when asked he was not ready to say anything.

Meanwhile, the Punjab government has stopped the internet service in the state till March 20. According to a statement released by the Punjab Home Department, services like banking services and mobile recharge will continue during this time. The government has taken this decision keeping in mind the safety of the people and the ban will remain for 12 hours on March 20.

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