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Khalistani terrorist and Bhindranwale’s nephew Lakhbir Singh Rode dies in Pakistan: Report

Khalistani terrorist and self-styled chief of the International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF) and nephew of slain Khalistani terrorist Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, Lakhbir Singh, died of a heart attack in Pakistan, media reports said. The 72-year-old terrorist was listed as an ‘individual terrorist’ under the UA(P) and had fled to Pakistan. A Times of India report said he was an accused in the 1985 bombing of Air India jet Kanishka and died late on the night of 1 December.

According to the report, Lakhbir Singh’s brother and former Akal Takht Jathedar Jasbir Singh Rode confirmed his death in Pakistan, adding that his brother had been cremated on Monday itself. Jasbir Singh told TOI that he got the news of his brother’s death from his Canada-based son.

Jasbir Singh said, “We have been informed by the son of my brother Lakhbir Singh Rode that he died of a heart attack in Pakistan and was cremated. He was suffering from extreme diabetes. He has two sons, a daughter And the wife lives in Canada.” Indian Express.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) had earlier this year seized a piece of land from Lakhbir Singh in Kothe Gurupura village of Moga. The NIA notice states that one-fourth of Lakhbir Singh’s 43 kanal 3 marla land is being seized following the NIA court order, IE reported.

This was in connection with the tiffin bomb blast that took place near Punjab National Bank in Jalalabad city of Fazilka district of Punjab on September 15, 2021, at around 7:57 pm. The NIA investigated the incident which revealed that Lakhbir Singh was the mastermind of the entire conspiracy and had planned it with his Pakistan-based ‘masters’.

What is International Sikh Youth Federation?

According to a Hindustan Times report, ISYF was founded in 1984 and is active in Canada and the UK. A central government dossier on Lakhbir Singh states that ISYF opened its chapters at various locations in the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada and the United States.

“Lakhbir Singh was allegedly involved in sending consignments of arms and explosives from across the border to India to carry out terrorist activities in Punjab and target various Very Important Persons (VVIPs) and political leaders,” the Indian Express quoted him as saying. Has happened.” ,

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