RPG Attack At Police Station In Punjab Border, Pak-Khalistan Link Suspected

Amritsar: A rocket-propelled grenade was shot at a police station in Punjab’s Tarn Taran at around 1 am on Saturday. Fortunately, there were no casualties as the rocket ricocheted off an outer pillar of the police station.

Harvinder Singh aka Rinda, a prominent mobster who was recently believed to have passed away in Pakistan, hails from Sarhali.

Terrorists with support from Khalistan are thought to have orchestrated the attack with the help of Pakistan’s ISI intelligence agency. The attack was probably an ISI retaliation to Harvinder Singh Rinda’s passing in order to maintain his fear in the area.

According to reports, Pakistan shot Harvinder Singh Rinda, a gangster-turned-Khalistani terrorist. Davinder Bambiha, a gangster organisation, took responsibility for the killing.

Recently, Rinda was identified as the attack’s architect on the Punjab Police intelligence headquarters in Mohali in May, which involved an RPG. In the murder of Punjabi artist Sidhu Moose Wala, his name had also surfaced. Rinda was a part of the outlawed Khalistani group Babbar Khalsa International and was implicated in numerous terror cases.

However, state police authorities assert that Harwinder Singh Rinda passed away in a Lahore hospital after being treated there for 15 days owing to kidney failure.

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