Khalistani radical Amritpal Singh will surrender, amidst this he released a news video

Amritpal Singh video

New Delhi: Punjab Police and other agencies are on the alert to nab fugitive Amritpal Singh, the chief of Waris Punjab De. Police are conducting raids and search operations at different locations for Amritpal. Meanwhile, Khalistan supporter Amritpal Singh has also released a video.

In the video, he criticized the Punjab Police for arresting Sikh youths during its crackdown against him. Wearing a black turban and shawl, Khalistan supporter Amritpal Singh said the police could have come to his house if the state government had the intention to arrest him.

Singh further said in the video, “God saved us from lakhs of policemen sent to arrest us. The video came amid reports that Amritpal may surrender.

Waris Punjab De chief Amritpal Singh has been absconding for the last 12 days. At the same time, the police are conducting a massive search operation but he is out of the grip of the police. Meanwhile, he released a video on Wednesday. After this video of a Khalistan supporter surfaced, police sources said that Amritpal has released this video because he wanted to surrender while staying in Punjab.

Amritpal Singh video

Police have launched a massive operation against Amritpal Singh and members of his organization Waris Punjab De. Recently, Amritpal escaped after dodging the police when his convoy was stopped in the Jalandhar district.

This is the case
Amritpal and his associates had stormed the Ajnala police station near Amritsar, demanding the release of an arrested person. Three weeks after the incident, on March 18, the police launched a crackdown against him and members of his pro-Khalistan organization ‘Waris Punjab De’. Amritpal has been absconding since then. He had escaped from Jalandhar district on March 18. Cases have been registered against Amritpal and his associates under several criminal charges related to promoting disharmony, attempting to murder, assault policemen, and obstructing public servants in the discharge of their duties.