Terrorists continue to be targeted, who is on a mission for India? -aabtak24


Nijjar lived in Surrey, Canada. The city is approximately 30 km southeast of Vancouver, and is the largest city in the western Canadian province of British Columbia.

According to the report of Indian Express, Gajinder Singh said after the death of Hardeep Singh, ‘Hardeep Singh Nijjar was a dedicated Khalistani till his last breath. He was like a son to me. He met me a few years ago. They strengthened the bond of love and thoughts. ‘He was a true Khalistani at heart’. 

This is not the first murder of Sikh separatists. This is the third murder in just a month. Many radical activists are also starting to raise questions regarding the killings. Is there a pattern to the sudden killings of the three Khalistan activists, he says?

According to the IANS report, in a video viral on social media, Sikh men and women with Khalistan flags are seen raising slogans of ‘Khalistan Zindabad’ at the spot in Surrey. Although there is no confirmation of this video yet. 

Three terrorists killed abroad in two months

A few days before Nijjar’s high-profile killing, Avtar Singh Khanda, the head of another UK-based organisation, died under mysterious circumstances in a hospital.

According to the report, Khanda used to train Khalistani separatists. After the death of Deep Sidhu, he was also training Amritpal Singh, the chief of Waris Punjab De. Amritpal Singh is currently in jail. 

Khanda died on June 15 in Birmingham Hospital, UK. According to reports, Khanda’s supporters were saying that he was poisoned. It was also told in many media reports that he had blood cancer. 

The Tribune Avtar Singh Khanda was born in Moga district of Punjab. He was also described as the mastermind behind the violence at the Indian High Commission in London on 19 March. Allegedly, he had unfurled the tricolor from the High Commission. Avtar Singh Khanda led a protest at the Indian High Commission in London earlier this year.

Economics Times  Khanda was said to be an expert in making Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs). It is reported that he also did some live demonstrations of bomb making in Gurdwaras in the UK.

A Khalistani was killed in Pakistan

Last month Paramjit Singh Panjwar was shot dead in Lahore, Pakistan. Panjwar was a wanted terrorist in India and the chief of the Khalistan Commando Force (KCF).

Who was Paramjit Singh Panjwar and why was he living in Lahore?

Paramjit Singh Panjwar was born in 1960 in Panjwar village of Tarn Taran. By 1986, after joining the Khalistan Commando Force, he started working in the Central Cooperative Bank in Sohal. In 1986 he joined KCF. Its commander, Panjwar’s cousin and former policeman Labh Singh, was a major influence on him.

Panjwar has also been accused of killing General Arun Vaidya, who was the army chief during Operation Blue Star. A case is also registered against him for carrying out terrorist attacks on Indian soil. Till that time KCF was handled by Labh Singh. Lala Singh is also known as Sukhdev Singh or Sukkha Sipahi.

After the death of Labh Singh in the 1990s, the KCF broke into factions, one of which was headed by Panjwar. Once upon a time there was an atmosphere of terror in Majha belt on Panjwar Indo-Pakistan border. As the crackdown on Khalistanis by the security forces intensified, Panjwar fled to Pakistan, and has been living there ever since. 

Anti-India terrorists being targeted abroad

Bashir Ahmed Peer alias Imtiaz Alam – On 20 February 2023, the top Hizbul Mujahideen commander Bashir Ahmed Peer alias Imtiaz Alam was killed in Rawalpindi. Imtiaz Alam was declared India’s most wanted terrorist. Peer was accused of sending terrorists to Jammu and Kashmir and providing logistical support for infiltration. him in October last year  Was declared a terrorist by the central government.

Syed Khalid Raza – On 26 February 2023, former Al Badr commander Syed Khalid Raza was killed by unidentified gunmen in Karachi, Pakistan. He was killed in Gulistan-e-Jauhar block of Karachi, Pakistan. 7 was done outside his residence located in the area. According to Pakistan police sources, he was fired upon at close range when he was stepping out of his house.

Ejaz Amin Ahangar:

On 22 February 2023, Ijaz Amin Ahangar, better known as Abu Usman al-Kashmiri, a senior Islamic State of Khorasan commander, was assassinated in Kabul. 

Abu Usman- Terrorist Abu Usman was shot dead in Kabul, Afghanistan. Srinagar-born terrorist Abu Usman was living in Afghanistan for decades. He has been in Jammu and Kashmir for almost two decades. "wanted terrorist" Was. It had close ties to al-Qaeda and other global terrorist groups. 

Syed Noor Shalobar- Syed Noor Shalobar was murdered on March 4, 2023. Syed was the mastermind behind the recruitment of terrorists in the Kashmir Valley and "Allegedly working in connivance with Pakistan Army and ISI.

Tell that this year 10 anti-India terrorists have been killed abroad. According to the reports, Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army has taken the responsibility of killing these terrorists in Pakistan. Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army is generally known for its small attacks apart from Baloch insurgents.

These small attacks like blowing up train tracks, were known to damage mobile towers. In recent times, the organization has started carrying out big developments. Let us tell you that the Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army was also involved in the grenade attack on a rally in Karachi in August 2020, in which about 30 people were injured.


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