Congressman Baljinder Singh Balli murder incident: a resident of the Punjabi Moga district, was killed in a shooting on September 18. Canadian-based Khalistani terrorist Arshdeep Singh Gill, also known as Arsh Dalla, claimed responsibility for the killing in a Facebook post. Gill stated that Balli destroyed his life and presented him to the criminal underworld and that he was capable of murdering Balli’s child. The Congress party criticized the incident and blamed it on the Bhagwant Mann government.
A Canadian-based Khalistani terrorist claims responsibility for the murder of a Congress leader
Arshdeep Singh Gill proclaimed that killing the Congressman, Baljinder Singh Balli, was his ultimate goal.
Congressman Baljinder Singh Balli Murder Case
Congressman Baljinder Singh Balli died in a shooting on September 18 at his home in the Punjabi Moga district. A Canadian-based Khalistani terrorist named Arshdeep Singh Gill, also known as Arsh Dalla took credit for the killing in a Facebook post.
Arsh Dall’s Facebook post claiming Baljinder Singh Balli ‘s murder
The National Investigative Agency (NIA) recently designated Arsh Dall as a wanted terrorist. In a Facebook post, Arsh Dalla claimed that the Congressman destroyed his life and presented him to the criminal underworld. Because he comes from the same Moga village as the Congress leader Balli, he also accused the Congress leader of destroying his home and taking custody of his mother.
Arshdeep Singh Gill asserted that the goal of life was to murder the Congressman and declared that he was capable of murdering Balli’s child. “If we were going to, we probably would have slain his child as well, but that child was in no way to blame,” remarked Gill. The Facebook post is not yet officially confirmed.
Arsh Dalla, “I am accountable for the assassination of Balli”
The Congressman, according to the designated Khalistani terrorist, destroyed his house to obtain “afsar-shaahi.” “I am accountable for the assassination of Balli in Dala village,” Gill yelled, threatening those who supported the Congress leader. “My own village’s politics compelled me to choose this path.” Gill wrote on Facebook, “Those who are empathetic with him, their houses are also close for us.”
The scene of Balli’s murder
Baljinder Singh Balli received a request to leave his house on Monday night by two unidentified people under the guise of signing some paperwork. As Balli drove by his house gate, thinking it was one of the regular drills, he received shots twice, and the attackers quickly fled the scene. Balli received hits twice, once in the abdomen and once in the leg. He later passed away from the wounds in the hospital.
Balli, a resident of Punjab’s district Moga’s Ajitwal block, served as the party’s president. The Congress party criticized the incident and blamed it on the Bhagwant Mann government.
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