Amritpal’s Wife Detained At Amritsar Airport

Amritpal Singh’s wife was stopped from going to London and interrogated

Kirandeep Kaur, Amritpal Singh’s wife, was prevented from boarding a flight at Amritsar airport and questioned by the immigration department.

The members of Amritpal Singh’s “Waris Punjab De” organization were the target of a significant police crackdown last month.

The wife of Ampritpal Singh detained at Amritsar Airport

Amritpal Singh, a radical Khalistani preacher, and the Waris Punjab De’ leader’s wife, Kirandeep Kaur, were detained by immigration officials at Amritsar airport on Thursday as she attempted to flee the country.

Kirandeep Kaur, the wife of fugitive Amritpal Singh, was detained at the airport in Amritsar and is currently undergoing questioning, according to sources in the Punjab police. She was waiting at the airport to catch a flight to London.

Kirandeep Kaur was interrogated by immigration officials on Thursday at the Amritsar airport as she attempted to leave the country.

She was attempting to board a flight to London, according to Punjab police sources.

Police interrogated Kirandeep Kaur earlier

Last month, Punjab police interrogated Kirandeep, a 28-year-old woman. She was questioned about her past, in addition to her husband’s whereabouts and his future intentions to fan the flames of Khalistan.

Ampritpal’s wife’s shady past

Unconfirmed reports state that Kirandeep had a “clean” past and was in touch with the Babbar Khalsa separatist group. In addition, she had set up funding for the WPD, which was led by her spouse, Amritpal Singh. She is also said to have come under police investigation in the United Kingdom in 2020.

Massive Search Operation by Punjab Police

The development coincides with a massive manhunt for Amritpal, the leader of Waris Punjab Da, who has been missing since Punjab Police launched a crackdown against him and the members of his organization on March 8.

About Amritpal Singh

Since a few years ago, Amritpal Singh has been active in Punjab and is frequently seen being escorted by armed supporters, whom the government labels as agents of Khalistani-Pakistan. His defenders describe him as “Bhindranwale 2.0” and assert that he is an admirer of terrorist and Khalistani separatist Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.

Against him and the members of his “Waris Punjab De” group, police launched a significant crackdown last month.

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