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New Delhi:: Delhi Health Minister Saurabh Bharadwaj mentioned on Sunday that the Punjab police had been doing their job and would be capable to full the seek for fugitive Amritpal Singh. “The Punjab Police is doing its job and I believe it will end its operations very soon. The Punjab government is a responsible government,” he advised ANI. Saurabh Bharadwaj mentioned Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann understands what’s vital for Punjab and the nation.

He mentioned: “The people of Punjab have given Bhagwant Mann a big vote and Bhagwant Mann understands what is important for Punjab and the country and is working accordingly. The rest is a matter of fact, which will be made clear by the police and government.”

Jalandhar Police Commissioner Kuldeep Singh Chahal mentioned a search operation was underway to catch ‘Waris Punjab De’ chief Amritpal Singh.

Speaking to the media, Jalandhar CP KS Chahal mentioned: “He was chased by the police for about 20-25 km but he managed to escape. We recovered a number of weapons and 2 cars also been seized. The search is ongoing and we will arrest him soon. Law and order will be maintained in the state.” Jalandhar Commissioner Kuldeep Singh Chahal confirmed late Saturday night that Amritpal Singh had been declared a “fugitive”.

“Waris Punjab Chief Amritpal Singh was declared a fugitive. His two cars were seized and gunmen arrested. We also checked whether the firearms of his security escorts were obtained legally. A case was registered. The Punjab police have launched a manhunt for Amritpal Singh and we hope he will be arrested soon. A total of 78 people have been arrested so far and further searches and raids are ongoing,” mentioned Chahal in an unique interview with ANI.

On Saturday, cellular web companies had been suspended in a number of districts of Punjab till Sunday midday, police mentioned after launching an operation to arrest pro-Khalistan outfit chief ‘Waris Punjab De’ Amritpal Singh and his collaborators.

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