Amritsar, July 20 (ANI): The Director General of Police in Punjab, P.S. Gill, on Tuesday said that Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) is helping terrorists to penetrate into East Punjab.
Interacting with media, after presiding over a high-level meet at Amritsar, Gill told journalists about the ISI's nefarious activities.
He claimed militants were receiving funds to the tune of lakhs from Pakistan, and, had undergone training in the use of RDX, manufacturing of bombs, hand grenades, all kinds of rifles and pistols in Pakistan.
While answering a question on Pakistan's involvement in trying to establish a terror network in Punjab, Gill said: "Yes, Pakistan and ISI are trying to push them into Punjab".
"But there is no cause of worry, Punjab Police is fully equipped to handle the situation," he added.
Punjab Police has arrested a number of top-notch militants stated to be linked to the banned Babbar Khalsa International (BKI), Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) etc.
A high intensity RDX explosive and deadly weapons have also been seized from the militants. By Ravinder Singh Robin (ANI)