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Spy camera, smartphone, pen drives found in separatist Amritpal Singh's cell in Assam jail

Guwahati: A major security lapse occurred at Dibrugarh Central Jail in Assam, where separatist and leader of "Waris Punjab De," Amritpal Singh, along with nine aides, is currently locked up.

Pakistan's ISI brain behind pushing Amritpal Singh to India from Dubai: Reports

New Delhi: Pakistan’s external spy agency ISI is the force behind the revival of Khalistani supporters and helped to place Amritpal Singh in Punjab to plunge the state again into the dark days of terrorism, media reports said citing officials.

Punjab: Massive op launched to catch Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh; 78 people held

Chandigarh: In a major crackdown on the pro-Khalistan group Waris De Punjab, the Punjab Police has arrested at least 78 supporters and detained some of them for questioning while the party’s leader Amritpal Singh continues to be at large.

Amritpal Singh's arrest: Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann and Home Minister Amit Shah discussed plan

New Delhi/IBNS: Amritpal Singh, the self-styled radical preacher, who is referred to by his supporters as the new version of Khalistani separatist and terrorist Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, was chased and arrested by the Punjab Police on Saturday near Punjab’s Jalandhar.

Khalistan supporter Amritpal Singh arrested near Jalandhar; Internet suspended across Punjab

Chandigarh: The Punjab Police on Saturday arrested pro-Khalistan group Waris De Punjab chief Amritpal Singh near Jalandhar's Nakodar amid high security, media reports said.

'Those who take Guru Granth Sahib to police station to shield themselves can never be heirs of Punjab': Bhangwant Mann on 'Waris de Punjab'

Amritsar/IBNS: People, who brought the Sikh holy book Guru Granth Sahib to a police station to use it as a shield, are in no position to call themselves the 'waris' (heir) of Punjab, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said on Saturday.