Punjab Police keeping strict watch on suspected el
Amritsar: Punjab Police have prepared a dossier of 1,072 people, 27 of them allegedly having links with hardliners, a top police officer said Wednesday.
Police are keeping a vigil on all suspected elements who were once involved in unlawful activities but later joined the mainstream, ADGP (Law & Order) S K Sharma told reporters here.
Police have prepared a dossier of 1,072 people, 27 of them allegedly having links with hardliners or having sympathy with militant outfits, he said.
To a question, the ADGP ruled out revival of terrorism in Punjab.
Talking about militant outfit Babbar Khalsa, he said police were keeping a watch on elements suspected to have links with such outfits.
On frequent drug and arms seizure in border districts of the state, Sharma said it was all due to cross-border smuggling.
Such things were being pushed from Pakistan, he said.
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