Local Police Screw-Up Modi Masterplan, Arrest Escaped Khalistani Sikh Leader

[There are no 2 Indian reports w/the same details on the conspiratorial attack upon Punjabi jail.]

“fired over 100 rounds.”…”a dozen men disguised as policemen”–NDTV

“Around 35 rounds were fired at the location.”…”Five people came in a car in police uniform”–HINDU

“Parwinder Singh Pinda, was caught last evening in Uttar Pradesh with a huge cache of arms.”–NDTV
Four guns were found from the vehicle.“–TRIBUNE INDIA

[This coincides w/Indian press efforts to create impression of Khalistani terrorists training in B.C. Canada.]

Khalsa Centre at Miracle Valley


Gurpreet Singh: Reports of Sikh terror camp in Fraser Valley reveal true colours of Narendra Modi government

“Critics believe that by creating fear of terrorism in Punjab, intelligence agencies are trying to help the BJP and Akali Dal as part of a grand design….

“Instead of going after terrorists from the majority community, they are trying to instill fear of the ISI and Khalistani terrorism in the minds of Indian public….”

Punjab Jailbreak: Khalistani Terrorist, 5 Others Flee


Punjab Jailbreak: Khalistani Terrorist, 5 Others Flee
SOURCE : Times Now, Agencies

Ten armed men today stormed the Nabha jail near Patiala, opened indiscriminate fire and fled with five prisoners including Khalistan Liberation Front chief Harminder Mintoo, an accused in 10 cases.Police said a group of youths dressed in police uniform stormed the jail and opened indiscriminate fire at the jail.

Those who fled with the armed men include gangster Vicky Gondar, Gurpreet Sekhon, Nita Deol, Vikramjeet, and terrorist Mintoo, police said.

Mintoo was arrested by Punjab Police from Delhi’s IGI Airport in 2014. He was arrested in connection with 10 cases including the 2008 attack on Sirsa-based Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh and recovery of explosives at Halwara Air Force station in 2010.

 Punjab DGP Suresh Arora rushed to Nabha after the incident.

In the wake of the incident, Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal has called a meeting of senior officials including State Chief Secretary Sarvesh Kaushal. The Ministry of Home Affairs has sought a report on the jaibreak.

A high alert had been sounded in Punjab with security around railway stations, airports, inter-state bus terminuses and other places of key importance stepped up, officials said.

Sequence of events: 

8. 00 a.m: 10 armed men disguised in uniform open fire outside Nabha jail

8.00 a.m: Unarmed jail security men run for cover

8.20 a.m: Six prisoners break out of jail

8.20 a.m: Six prisoners and the 10 attackers escape in three cars

9.00 a.m: Fugitives cross Nabha jail again

9.00 a.m: Shots fired again as both cars cross prison

Punjab Deputy CM Sukhbir Singh Badal said that the DG Jails has been suspended and Nabha Jail superintendent, Deputy Jail Superintendent have been dismissed post the jailbreak.