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Two held over pro-Khalistan graffiti in India’s capital, police suspect role of terror outfits

Two men have been detained for spray-painting pro-Khalistan graffiti and posters throughout West Delhi. Walls in West Delhi’s Vikaspuri, Janakpuri, Paschim Vihar, and other neighbourhoods had posters and graffiti on them. 

“Posters were hung up on the walls in a number of West Delhi neighbourhoods, including Janakpuri and Vikaspuri, on the night between January 18 and January 19. According to the Police, “Sikh For Justice” and its leader Gurpatwant Singh Pannu ordered it done before January 26.

“The two arrested have been identified as Vikramjit and Balram. They used to work as drivers,” it added.

An official informed that the special cell of Delhi Police arrested two people and took them on remand for a week. A bike that was used was also recovered.

“One of the defendants, Vikramjit Singh, maintained contact with Gangdeep Singh, a resident of Delhi who relocated to the US ten years ago. According to rumours, Gangdeep is close with SFJ leader Gurupatwant Singh Pannu. The video was sent to Gangdeep after the posters were put up, according to the police official.  The official added that the two suspects were seduced with money.

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