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To attack Parliament two Khalistan terrorists approach Delhi with huge cache of explosives

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    New Delhi, July 19: In a bid to attack Parliament, two Khalistan terrorists have entered the country, the Intelligence Bureau has warned. IB officials tell OneIndia that the duo, Lakhwinder and Parmider, who are Khalistan terrorists are planning a major attack on Parliament.

    To attack Parliament two Khalistan terrorists approach Delhi with huge cache of explosives

    The IB input states that the duo are travelling towards Delhi in a UP registration car. Inputs also suggest that they have on them a huge cache of explosives and are planning on attacking Parliament. The police have been alerted and all efforts are on to nab them.

    The input comes in the wake of several other alerts which suggest that the terrorists part of the Khalistan movement are making a revival bid. Most of the top leaders are based in Pakistan and have sought the assistance of the ISI to re-launch their movement.

    Very recently the National Investigation Agency had busted a plot in which attempts were being made to revive the Khalistan movement. A plot to commit a series of murders of Hindu leaders had been hatched. The idea was to create communal tension and throw the law and order out of gear and then makes attempts to revive militancy. NIA officials said that the operation was being funded from Canada, Italy and UK.

    Another plot relating to Referendum 2020 also came to light recently. A page on the social media calling on people to join the movement and declare Punjab as a separate nation was made. Referendum 2020 also involved striking at IPL games. A rally relating to Referendum 2020 was also proposed in the UK.

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