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Ahead of World Cup matches, pro-Khalistan slogans in Dharamsala

Similar graffiti was found on outer walls of Vidhan Sabha complex few months ago

Ahead of World Cup matches, pro-Khalistan slogans in Dharamsala

Police are investigating the matter.



Tribune News Service

Dharamsala, October 3

Three days before the start of ICC World Cup matches in Dharamsala, some miscreants defaced a wall of a government office with ‘Khalistan Zindabad’ graffiti.

After spotting the graffiti some locals alerted the police who started investigating the matter.

Similar graffiti was found on the outer walls of Vidhan Sabha complex in Dharamsala few months ago. At that time, US-based separatist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu had claimed responsibility for the act.

The Kangra police had later arrested two youths from Morinda in Ropar district of Punjab for creating graffiti.

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