The mastermind of the Ludhiana court blast case has been caught in Germany. Police have arrested Jaswinder Singh, a terrorist associated with the banned organization Sikh for Justice (SFJ). At the same time, Jaswinder was planning attacks in Delhi and Mumbai as well. According to the news, 45-year-old Jaswinder Singh is a resident of Hoshiarpur in Punjab. He is close to SFJ founder Gurpatwant Singh Pannu. Jaswinder has reportedly been involved in separatist activities.
It is being told that the central government had requested the German authorities to arrest the pro-Khalistan terrorist. Diplomats based in Germany and New Delhi have given this information. Jaswinder Singh's strings are also connected with Pakistan. Its name is involved in the smuggling of arms and ammunition from Pakistan to Punjab, including other weapons.
According to media reports, Jaswinder was planning to carry out similar blasts and other terrorist activities in many other places of Punjab. Let us tell you that the assembly elections are going to be held in Punjab in 2022. Last Thursday, there was a blast in the Ludhiana court in which one person had died. At the same time, 5 people were also injured. The attackers had planned a blast on the ground floor of the court. The attack was planned on a large scale but the bomber's attempt to activate the bomb exploded.
Let us inform you that in the initial investigation of the Ludhiana Court Blast, it was found that the terrorist organizations of Pakistan had attacked through local miscreants. At the same time, the matter of Jaswinder's connection with Pakistan has also come to the fore. According to the news, Jaswinder used to smuggle explosives, ammunition, pistols and other weapons from across the border with the help of Pakistani terrorists. A few months back, the Punjab Police had arrested four people from Tarn Taran, Amritsar and Ferozepur with eight pistols and ammunition. The arrested people had bought illegal weapons to carry out terrorist activities in Punjab.