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Militant of banned terrorist outfit Babbar Khalsa nabbed

New Dellhi, Fri, 23 Mar 2012 NI Wire

Delhi Police has nabbed a militant of banned terrorist outfit Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) when he was about to leave India for Germany. Narender Singh alias Raju (43) has been arrested from Indira Gandhi International Airport from Qatar Airlines by Crime Branch of Delhi Police. Many arms, ammunition and other incriminating material have been recovered from his search.

According to Police sources, Narender Singh disclosed in interrogation that he was a member of banned terrorist outfit Babbar Khalsa International. β€˜He is based in Spain but frequently visits Germany,’ he further quoted to Delhi Police.

He came in contact with Hardevinder Singh, Chief of Babbar Khalsa International in Germany. He was motivated by him to join the Babbar Khalsa International.

Police said that he joined Babbar Khalsa International around the year 2000.

Initially he was assigned to go to India and contact the families of slain militants in Punjab and provided them monetary assistance. In November 2011, he alongwith Hardevinder Singh went to Pakistan and at Lahore they met Wadhawa Singh, Chief of Babbar Khalsa International.

The search of his belongings revealed two CDs containing incriminating material. The CDs contained provocative speeches, police sources said.


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