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Punjab police find only CCTV grabs, not Amritpal Singh | India News – Times of India

JALANDHAR/JALLUPUR KHERA: Fugitive Khalistan sympathiser Amritpal Singh took Punjab Police on a wild goose chase through the state’s countryside for the fifth day, leaving behind fragmented traces of his escape route and snatches of CCTV footage, including one of him and an associate taking a ride on a “jugaad rehri’ – or improvised goods cart – with a suspected getaway bike in the middle.The police on Wednesday arrested Gurbhej Singh, one among the four who had set off from a gurdwara in Jalandhar’s Nangal Ambian with Amritpal on two motorbikes, and traced a 45km stretch of the route they took before the trail again went cold. One of the two bikes, a Bajaj Platina, was found near Darapur village.Amritpal had apparently fled with Papalpreet Singh, the aide seen with him in the CCTV grab...

British Sikh: Security heightened around Indian mission in London for protest by British Sikh groups | India News – Times of India

LONDON: There is a heightened security presence and barricades have been erected outside the Indian High Commission here on Wednesday due to a planned demonstration called by some British Sikh groups. Banners for a so-called "National Protest", organised by groups such as the Federation of Sikh Organisations (FSO) and Sikh Youth Jathebandia, have been circulating on social media since before a protest on Sunday, which ended in violent disorder at the India House. The Indian government registered a strong protest over the lack of security measures at its diplomatic mission, which ended in Khalistan flag-waving protesters smashing windows of the mission and attempting to pull down the tricolour. Since the weekend, several uniformed officers have been patrolling the area in Aldwych and Met...

Pressure Mounts On Punjab Govt Amid Hunt For Amritpal Singh, Cops Find Getaway Bike: Top Points

New Delhi: As the manhunt for fugitive Khalistani sympathiser and Waris Punjab De chief Amritpal Singh enters its fifth day, the Bhagwant Mann-led Punjab government has come under fire from the Opposition parties including Congress and Shiromani Akali Dal who are demanding Punjab Chief Minister’s resignation. Shiromani Akali Dal released a list of numbers to provide legal aid to the youths who have been arrested and condemned the "indiscriminate arrests".  Punjab Police Recovers Bike He Fled On, Reaches Amritpal's Residence Jalandhar Senior Superintendent of Police, Swarndeep Singh said that the police have recovered the bike on which Amritpal escaped police's net. "He changed clothes at local gurudwara, had food and then went away on motorcycle. Babaji who's being que...