New Delhi: The Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) has registered a case towards Jaswinder Singh Multani, an alleged operative of the banned separatist outfit Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), for hatching a legal conspiracy to wage conflict towards the nation and making an attempt to revive terrorism in Punjab, the officers on Friday mentioned.
The officers mentioned the case towards Multani was registered below varied sections of the IPC, together with these associated to waging conflict towards the nation.
The officers added the case towards Multani was additionally registered below the related provisions of the stringent Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act (UAPA).
The case pertains to a legal conspiracy hatched by Multani, who was detained in Germany final week, with a number of different pro-Khalistani parts positioned overseas for radicalising, motivating and recruiting children in Punjab on the bottom and on-line via social media platforms to propagate their ideology with an purpose to secede Punjab from the Union of India, the officers mentioned, PTI reported.
The officers mentioned that they’ve been concerned in elevating funds to acquire arms, ammunition and explosives through the use of smuggling networks in Punjab to revive terrorism within the state.
The officers additional mentioned that Multani has additionally been involved with the ISI operatives for finishing up terror assaults in fiscal capital Mumbai and different elements of India.
The officers added that registration of the case would assist the Indian authorities take requisite motion in accordance with legislation for expeditious investigation in order that Multani may both be deported or extradited to the nation.