Interpol up to date its web site by placing out a Red Corner Notice for the Khalistani leader. According to intelligence sources, Singh is believed to be hiding in Pakistan and was a member of the pro-Khalistan terrorist group Babbar Khalsa International.
As per the Interpol portal, 38-year-old Karanvir Singh has roots in Punjab’s Kapurthala district.
Further, in line with Interpol, Singh is wanted by India for legal conspiracy, homicide, offences associated to the Arms Act, and Explosive Substances Act, elevating funds for terrorist acts, conspiracy, and being a member of a terrorist gang or organisation.
A Red Corner Notice is a request to the regulation enforcement authorities of Interpol’s member nations to seek out and quickly detain an individual till extradition, give up, or an analogous authorized course of can happen. Earlier, Interpol issued a Red Notice to all member nations against gangster Himanshu alias Bhau, who’s believed to be residing overseas.
Giving particulars, a spokesman of Haryana Police stated Rohtak Police succeeded in getting a Red Corner Notice issued against a most wanted accused, who’s believed to have fled overseas. The Red Corner Notice against the wanted pro-Khalistani leader comes amid a diplomatic spat between New Delhi and Ottawa within the wake of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s declare of an India hand within the killing of Sikh separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
New Delhi dismissed the allegations, calling them ‘absurd’ and ‘motivated’. At a information convention in New York, the Canadian PM, nonetheless, didn’t current any proof to again his declare of Indian involvement in Nijjar’s killing. Trudeau was repeatedly quizzed on the character of the allegations however caught to reiterating that there have been “credible reasons” to consider that India was linked to Nijjar’s demise.
“There are credible reasons to believe that agents of the Government of India were involved in the killing of a Canadian on Canadian soil. That is …there is something of utmost foundational importance in a country’s rule of law in a world where international rules-based order matters,” Trudeau stated.
“We call upon the Government of India to take seriously this matter and to work with us to shed full transparency and ensure accountability and justice in this matter,” the Canadian PM added. According to CBC News, the Canadian authorities invested each human and sign intelligence in a months-long investigation into Nijjar’s demise. That intelligence contains communications involving Indian diplomats current in Canada.
The Ministry of External Affairs on Thursday, nonetheless, stated no info has been shared by Canada with regard to the killing of Nijjar. “We are willing to look at any specific information that is provided to us, but so far we have received no specific information from Canada,” Arindam Bagchi, the spokesperson for the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), stated throughout a briefing. A chosen terrorist in India, Nijjar was shot lifeless exterior a Sikh temple in Surrey, British Columbia, on June 18.