The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has sent a security alert to its VVIP security units in Punjab and neighbouring states protecting dignitaries following the Sidhu Moose Wala murder on the weekend. The alert has asked all its units to increase responsiveness of teams in Punjab and other close by states.
Punjab is likely to see increased gang wars, with rival gangs expected to create problems in neighbouring states like Delhi and Haryana, according to recent inputs released by central intelligence agencies after the murder of popular Punjabi singer and Congress leader Sidhu Moose Wala.
Local police have been asked to keep a strict watch on inter-state gang rivalries as several leaders and dignitaries are under threat of being attacked.
Further, recent inputs also indicate that pro-Khalistani groups and entities are already fuelling terrorism and using the gangsters to further their motives.
Sources claimed that Khalistani groups such as SFJ have plans to target leaders and other individuals and preparations for the same have already begun. Arms, ammunition and explosives have been sent to Punjab with the help of Pakistani terror groups and handed over to local gangsters to execute killings.
The authorities will also be on high alert around June 6 — the death anniversary of Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale — when Khalistani groups may try to disturb the law and order situation.
Following inputs from central agencies, the CRPF has raised an alert to all units protecting dignitaries in most states, including Punjab. Troops have been asked not to reveal details about movement of VVIP’s and be with them at all times. They have also been told not to allow any unauthorised suspicious person around their client.
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