Punjab Police Intelligence Headquarters: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested Deepak Ranga, the main shooter accused of attacking the intelligence headquarters of Punjab Police in Mohali with a rocket grenade in May 2022. Deepak Ranga is a close associate of Canadian gangster-turned-terrorist Lakhbir Singh Sandhu alias Landa and Harvinder Singh Sandhu alias Rinda.
According to the NIA, apart from the grenade attack on the intelligence headquarters of the Punjab Police, Deepal has been involved in several other violent incidents including the Ranga murder. Deepak Ranga was continuously getting terrorist funds and logistic support from Rinda and Landa.
CM Bhagwant Mann gave a stern warning
This incident was a big breach in the security system of Punjab Police. It is very dangerous to reach RPG in a crowded area. Weapons reaching the terrorists are being delivered through drug smugglers. After this attack, CM Bhagwant Mann had given a stern warning. He had said that the police is probing the blast in Mohali. Whoever tries to spoil the atmosphere of our Punjab, will not be spared.
The police and the state government were taken aback
In the late evening of May 2022 in Mohali, Punjab, there was a rocket attack on the building of the headquarters of the intelligence (intelligence) unit of the Punjab Police. After this attack, the police and the state government were in a quandary. Chief Minister as soon as the attack happened Bhagwant Mann Had taken information about the whole matter from the DGP. At the same time, the Punjab Police had tightened the security in the surrounding areas.
Let us tell you that a secret letter from Punjab Police revealed that Pakistani intelligence agency ISI is doing hybrid planning to spread terror in India. ISI is uniting Khalistani terrorists and gangsters sitting abroad. Their aim is to create a hybrid criminal organization of terrorists sitting abroad and the network of gangsters of Punjab, for which gangster Harvinder Singh Rida has been entrusted with the responsibility.