Malaysian Police seeks clarification from Punjab Police on Sikh militant suspects
Kuala Lumpur, Aug 20 (ANI): Malaysian police has sought clarification from their counterparts in Punjab, India over accusations that the Indian Sikh militants are smuggling firearms into India from Malaysia.
"There had been no official communication between the Malaysian and Punjab police forces. We will be contacting the Indian High Commission here to get details of the issue and hope the Indian government will contact us soon," said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan.
It was reported yesterday that Punjab police were investigating alleged Khalistan Liberation Front (KLF) terror operators in Malaysia based on evidence linking at least four militants in Malaysia, reports the News Straits Times.here are reports that suspected Sikh militants are hiding in Malaysia, and are allegedly involved in the smuggling of firearms and making plans to launch an attack in Punjab.
The Sikh Malay community, however, has reacted with to the allegations.
"The Sikh community here is peace-loving and does not condone militant acts. We do not want to be perceived as militants and dangerous," said Malaysian Punjabi Chambers of Commerce and Industries President Senator Datuk Daljit Singh Dalliwal. (ANI)