Mohali attack: Punjab Police had earlier sought to contact Interpol against ‘key conspirator’ Landa

The Punjab Cops had in 2014 asked the Union federal government to call the Interpol to provide a Red Edge Notification versus Canada-based Lakhbir Singh Landa, whom the cops have actually called as the major accomplice in Monday’s strike on the state cops’s knowledge head office in Mohali.

The cops declared on Friday that Landa collaborated with the Pakistan-based Inter-Services Knowledge (ISI) as well as Khalistani militants to carry out the strike in Mohali. Landa, a citizen of Harike community in Tarn Taran area, had actually left to Canada in 2017, yet remains to prepare murders as well as make ransom money phone calls, the cops claimed. He has greater than a loads instances signed up versus him under the Controlled Substances as well as Psychotropic Materials (NDPS) Act as well as for kidnapping, murder as well as ransom money, to name a few, in Tarn Taran, Moga, Ferozepur as well as Chandigarh.

The state cops had earlier asked the Centre to come close to Interpol versus Landa as well as start procedures for his extradition following a dual murder situation in Tarn Taran area.

At That Time, the cops had actually declared that the Congress leader as well as vice-president of Patti Vehicle Union, Malkit Singh– a close assistant of the previous Patti Congress MLA Harwinder Gill– had close connections with Landa after the murder of claimed mobster Amandeep Singh alias Aman Fauji as well as his partner Prabhjit Singh in Might in 2014.

According to the FIR, Landa had presumably required a ransom money of Rs 20 lakh from a Patti homeowner that had actually rejected to pay the quantity as well as had actually looked for defense from Aman Fauji. Landa after that presumably employed mobster Preet Sekhon, with Malkit Singh, to murder Fauji. Singh is presently behind bars dealing with test for the murder.

Until now, a Red Edge Notification versus Landa has actually not shown up on the Interpol internet site, police officers claimed.

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