Amritpal Singh`s Close Aide Papalpreet Seen In CCTV Footage Of `Dera` In Hoshiarpur: Report
The dera (a place for religious congregation) whose footage has surfaced is located in village Tanauli, just two to three km away from Marnaian village in Hoshiarpur where the police had launched their massive search for the duo.
Amritpal's close aide Papalpreet seen in CCTV footage of 'dera' in Hoshiarpur
It is suspected that Papalpreet and Amritpal got separated in Hoshiarpur following the police chase of their vehicle.
Amritpal Singh on the run: New CCTV footage surfaces, shows key aide Papalpreet Singh roaming around in Hoshiarpur
Papalpreet Singh, a key aide of Amritpal Singh, was spotted walking in a compound of Gurdwara Sahib in Hoshiarpur.
New CCTV footage shows Amritpal Singh aide Papalpreet alone in Punjab's Hoshiarpur
New CCTV footage shows Amritpal Singh aide Papalpreet alone in Punjabs Hoshiarpur
CCTV: Amritpals aide Papalpreet Singh at a gurdwara in Punjabs Hoshiarpur
CCTV footage at a gurdwara in Hoshiarpur, Punjab, shows Papalpreet Singh, an associate of radical Sikh preacher Amritpal Singh, during a chase by counter-intelligence agents. Punjab Police expanded their search for Amritpal Singh, a fugitive preacher, to 'deras' and other possible hideouts in Hoshiarpur district. Barricades were placed at key points, and a thorough search of vehicles in nearby villages, including Marnaian, Harkhowal, Bibi Di Pandori, and Bassi, was underway after some suspects abandoned their car following a chase three days ago.
Punjab police expands searchto trace Amritpal as Akal Takht disagrees with preacher
The Punjab Police expanded its search for fugitive Amritpal Singh as it conducted searches at various deras across the state and other possible hideouts of the radical Sikh preacher. CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Police expanded its search for fugitive Amritpal Singh as it conducted searches at various deras across the state and other possible hideouts of the radical Sikh preacher. The police on Thursday arrested another aide of Amritpal, Joga Singh. The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) said on Thursday that the convening of a sarbat khalsa (religious congregation) is the sole prerogative of the Akal Takht (highest temporal seat of Sikhs) Jathedar (high priest), after Amritpal Singh had sought such a meet to discuss issues concerning the community. Sources said that deras in Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur and Kapurthala are being searched besides small rooms set up near tubewells, shelter rooms for animals in several villages and residential premises. Also barricades have been put up in several areas and a thorough search of all vehicles was underway in Hoshiarpur district where some suspects had abandoned their Toyota Innova car in Gurdwara Bhai Chanchal Singh in the village following a chase three days ago. This search can be expanded further to other districts because of the likely hideouts of the accused. Also security and checking on link roads will be beefed up. Sources in a dera said the police came today and asked for the CCTV footage from them. There are around 100 small and big deras around the Doaba region of the state, said a police officer. ALSO READ | Amritpal poses threat to internal security, diplomatic relations The radical preacher has been on the run since a police crackdown on his outfit Waris Punjab De on March 18. He has appeared in two purported videos and an audio clip released on social media. Amritpal has asked the Jathedar to call Sarbat Khalsa. He also appealed to the Jathedar to take out a Khalsa Vahir (religious procession) from Akal Takht in Amritsar to the Damdama Sahib in Talwandi Sabu (Bathinda). Meanwhile the SGPC stated that the convening of a sarbat khalsa is the sole authority of the Jatehdar of Akal Takht.
Police search for Amritpal Singh expanded to deras in Hoshiarpur
Hoshiarpur: Punjab Police expanded their search for Amritpal Singh on Friday to deras and other possible hideouts of the fugitive preacher in Hoshiarpur district, where some suspects had abandoned their car following a chase three days ago. Police sources said barricades have been placed at key points and a thorough search of all vehicles in Get the latest updates in Hyderabad City News , Technology , Entertainment , Sports , Politics and Top Stories on WhatsApp & Telegram by subscribing to our channels. You can also download our app for Android and iOS .
Punjab police expands search for Amritpal to deras
Punjab Police expanded their search for Amritpal Singh on Friday to 'deras' and other possible hideouts of the fugitive preacher in Hoshiarpur district, where some suspects had abandoned their car following a chase three days ago.
Now, a weak Amritpal says he gets to eat onemeal a day
The police said they were looking for a white Swift car with the number 8168 in which he could have allegedly fled. CHANDIGARH: A purported audio clip of Amritpal Singh has surfaced a day after he issued a video clip. The unverified audio clip containing the voice of the preacher asks the Akal Takht Jathedar to call a Sarbat Khalsa (mass gathering of the community) and validate his position. He also says his health is down, as he has one meal in 24 hours. In the evening yet another video surfaced in which Amritpal talks about Khalsa Vehir (religious procession) from Akal Takht in Amritsar to Damdama Sahib (Talwandi Sabo/Bathinda). The police on Tuesday night launched a search in a village in Hoshiarpur and adjoining areas. The police said they were looking for a white Swift car with the number 8168 in which he could have allegedly fled.Meanwhile, the Punjab government has informed the Akal Takht that 348 of the 360 people taken into preventive custody during a police crackdown against the radical preacher have been released. READ MORE: Will soon appear before world, says Amritpal Singh in new video Amritpal Singh's aide Varinder booked under Arms Act in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar In new video, Amritpal says hes fine, calls for Sarbat Khalsa on Baisakhi
Amritpal 'won't surrender', pushes for Sarbat Khalsa
He is said to have evaded capture on the night of March 28 in Hoshiarpur where he and his aide Papalpreet ditched their Innova near a gurdwara at Marnaian Kalan village during a police chase after being alerted by his aides about a barricade.
Paramilitary deployed in Hoshiarpur in search of pro-Khalistan preacher Amritpal Singh
In search of Waris Punjab De Chief Amritpal Singh, Paramilitary has been deployed at Marnaian village of Hoshiarpur in Punjab on March 30. On the run for 13 days and counting, radical preacher and 'Waris Punjab De' chief, Amritpal Singh, on March 29 released an unverified video of himself, calling on the Sikh Sangat to come together if they want to save Punjab. The fugitive leader in the video said that he was not under police custody. The pro-Khalistan leader further alleged that many of his supporters have been sent to Assam jail. Punjab Police and Rapid Action Force conducted a flag march at various places on March 27 as efforts are underway to nab Amritpal Singh. Amritpal has been on the run since March 18, the day Punjab Police launched a massive manhunt for him. The crackdown came almost over three weeks after Amritpal's supporters clashed with uniformed personnel at the Ajnala police station on February 23, on the outskirts of Amritsar, demanding the release of one of his close aides, Lovepreet Toofan.
Punjab: Paramilitary deployed in Hoshiarpur in search of Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh
Fugitive radical preacher Amritpal Singh planning to surrender
Fugitive radical preacher Amritpal Singh is reportedly planning to surrender to authorities after evading arrest for over 10 days in Punjab, according to sources. The Punjab Police launched a large-scale search operation in Hoshiarpur and nearby areas on Tuesday after receiving intelligence that Singh and his associates could be hiding in the region. Singh and his aides abandoned their vehicle near a Gurdwara in Marnaian village and fled when the police closed in. Despite a cordon and search operation and the erection of checkposts and barricades, Singh managed to escape. The situation remains ongoing, and authorities are continuing their efforts to apprehend the Khalistani separatist preacher.
Massive searches for Amritpal in Hoshiarpur
HOSHIARPUR (Punjab), Mar 29: The Punjab Police has launched a massive search operation in a Hoshiarpur village and many adjoining areas following inputs that radical preacher Amritpal Singh and his aides could be hiding there. There was heavy police deployment in and around the Marnaian village here where extensive search launched late on Tuesday night after some suspects abandoned their vehicle following a chase. The search is going on, but we havent traced anyone yet, said a police official from  The post Massive searches for Amritpal in Hoshiarpur appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News J&K .
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Search operation launched in Punjab after pro-Khalistan leader Amritpal Singh spotted
Shillong, March 29: Even as the search operation in Punjabs Hoshiarpur district continued late Tuesday evening, pro-Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh and his aide Papalpreet Singh once again gave police the slip. Two individuals who were with the Khalistani separatists when they were fleeing have been arrested by the police. According to the police, they were  The post Search operation launched in Punjab after pro-Khalistan leader Amritpal Singh spotted appeared first on The Shillong Times .
Amritpal Singh | Massive Search In Hoshiarpur Village After Some Abandon Car Following Police Chase
Hoshiarpur (Punjab), Mar 29: The Punjab Police has launched a massive door-to-door search operation in a Hoshiarpur village following inputs that radical preacher Amritpal Singh and his aides could be in the area. There was heavy police deployment in and around the Marnaian village here as police began the operation late on Tuesday night after some suspects abandoned their vehicle following a chase. A team of the counterintelligence wing of the Punjab Police Tuesday evening had chased a car from  The post Amritpal Singh | Massive Search In Hoshiarpur Village After Some Abandon Car Following Police Chase appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News J&K .
Amritpal escapes again? Massive search in Hoshiarpur
The Punjab Police has been on high alert after the pro-Khalistan radical preacher escaped its dragnet.
Amritpal Singh in Hoshiarpur? Police launch door-to-door operation
A cordon and search operation was launched on Tuesday night in and around the village while check posts and barricades were raised on the roads to nab Amritpal Singh and his aide
Cops Search Punjab Village After Abandoned Car Sparks Amritpal Singh Buzz
The Punjab Police has launched a massive door-to-door search operation in a Hoshiarpur village following inputs that radical preacher Amritpal Singh and his aide could be in the area.
Amritpal Singh: Massive search in Hoshiarpur village after suspects abandon car following police chase
The Punjab Police launched a door-to-door search operation in Marnaian village over concerns that radical preacher Amritpal Singh may be hiding in the area. After chasing a vehicle that was believed to be transporting Singh and his accomplice, police sources said the suspects abandoned their vehicle near Gurdwara Bhai Chanchal Singh in the village and fled.
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