Ludhiana, Dec 22 (ANI): Police in Ludhiana, Punjab seized objectionable t-shirts used for the promotion of the cause of a banned militant outfit.
Acting on a tip-off from a local social body, police seized several hundred t-shirts on which objectionable content was written which possibly hurt the sentiment of number of people in the region.
The t-shirts were being manufactured by a group of people who support the Sikh militant leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.
"A man named Manvinder in Ludhiana makes these t-shirts. These t-shirts have the photographs of militant leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and objectionable material has also been written on them and," said Surinder Singh, a police official.
Moreover the t-shirts had the photograph of Bhindranwale along with the text which read 'when the Indian army sets its foot in the Harimandir Sahib complex, the foundation stone of Khalistan will be laid' was written.
"Some objectionable t-shirts were being stitched there and we came to know from the labourers who were working there. Around ten thousand t-shirts have been stitched and sent across and the police have seized only six to seven hundred t-shirts from here. And people who are making such t-shirts and selling them in the market and trying to revive the Khalistan movement," said Ashok Devraj, member of a regional social outfit. (ANI)