Just before the elections in Punjab, terrorists are trying to carry out a big incident. After unearthing the terror module of ISYF, Punjab Police has recovered 2.5 kg RDX in three days from several places in the state. Along with this, a detonator, codex wire, 5 fuses, AK-47 rifle and 12 cartridges have also been recovered.
Giving this information on Thursday, Punjab Director General of Police (DGP) VK Bhavra said that the recovery was made on the confession of Amandeep Kumar alias Minister, a resident of village Lakhanpal in Gurdaspur. He is the main accused in two incidents of grenade attacks that happened in Pathankot recently. SSP SBS Nagar Kanwardeep Kaur said that after Amandeep's revelation, teams were sent to Gurdaspur district and explosive material was recovered.
According to Amandeep this material was to be used for making IED. The consignment was provided to Amandeep by the self-proclaimed chief of ISYF (Rode) Lakhbir Singh Rode, who is currently residing in Pakistan, with the help of his associate and operator of this terrorist group Sukhpreet Singh alias Sukh resident of Dinanagar.
One of the six operatives arrested is Amandeep
Amandeep alias Mantri, one of the six ISYF operatives arrested by the SBS Nagar police on Monday. These accused have confessed to carrying out two grenade attacks in Pathankot including Pathankot Army Camp. Police also recovered six hand grenades (86P), one pistol (9 mm), one rifle (.30 bore) along with cartridges and magazines from their possession.
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From June-July 2021 onwards, Lakhbir Rode has worked prominently in running a series of terrorist modules through his network in Punjab and other countries. Large number of terrorist hardware including RDX, tiffin IEDs, explosive material for making IEDs, hand grenades, fire arms and narcotics. Mainly sent across the international border with the help of its network of drones and cross-border smugglers.