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Paramjit Dhadi, close associate of Khalistani terrorist Lakhbir Rode, held in Amritsar

Paramjit Singh alias Dhadi was allegedly involved in terror funding and other subversive activities, police said.

Paramjit Dhadi, close associate of Khalistani terrorist Lakhbir Rode, held in Amritsar

Police nab Paramjit Dhadi. Tribune photo



Tribune News Service

Charanjit SinghTeja

Amritsar, December 5

The Punjab Police on Tuesday claimed to have arrested an associate of deceased Khalistani terrorist Lakhbir Singh Rode from Amritsar.

UK-based Paramjit Singh Dhadi was nabbed from Shri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport. 

Dhadi was a close aide of Pakistan-based hardliner Lakhbir Singh Rode, who died in Pakistan on Monday evening.

Dhadi was allegedly involved in terror-funding and other subversive activities, police said.

Punjab Director General of Police Gaurav Yadav, in a post on X, said, "In a major breakthrough, SSOC (State Special Operation Cell) Amritsar has arrested #UK based, Paramjit Singh @ Punjab Singh @ Dhadi from #Amritsar airport."         

"An associate of Lakhbir Rode, Chief of banned terrorist outfit #ISYF, Dhadi has been involved in terror funding & other subversive activities in #Punjab," Yadav said.

The police chief said an investigation is under way to unearth and expose the terrorist network and termed Singh's arrest as a "major blow" to the terror module attempting to disturb peace in the region.

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