While Amritpal Singh continues to be on run (while writing this), many major revelations keep on coming. Now, it has been revealed that Amritpal Singh had formed his own army named AKF (Anandpur Khalsa Army) and therefore he arranged for many illegal weapons for his aides. As per sources, Amritpal Singh's own associates who have been arrested by the Police have revealed this. Notably, the claims of AKF or Amritpal Singh's army was corroborated when illegal weapons with AKF initials and even many bulletproof jackets with AKF initial were recovered by the Police. Not only this, the initials of AKF were written outside Amritpal Singh's house.

Amritpal Singh's ISI links

After the Ajnala clash, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann had addressed the media and pointed out foreign funding including Pakistan in radical groups. During the conference, Mann had said, "Do you consider 1000 people, Punjab? It's just a few people funded by foreign, by Pakistan...Their masters want to disturb Punjab." However, no charges have been finalized yet. True Scoop News is yet to get official information from the Police and the government over the charges likely to be put on Amritpal Singh.

MHA mulling to put 'Fugitive' Amritpal Singh's 'Waris Punjab De' organization under UAPA list

Apart from Mann's revelation, it was reported that India's Most Wanted and Khalistani separatist terrorist Lakhbir Singh Rode has been linked to Waris Punjab De and its chief Amritpal Singh. It is pertinent to mention here that Lakhbir Singh Rode who currently heads the banned International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF) is suspected to be living in Lahore, Pakistan. It is said that Rode's banned organization gets the backing of Pakistan's secret services ISI and therefore Amritpal Singh's organization has been accused of receiving foreign funding including the ISI. In fact, DIG Jalandhar Swapan Sharma addressing the media on Sunday said that Amritpal Singh has links with ISI.

Union home minister Amit Shah, too, during a meeting with Punjab chief minister Bhagwant Maan on March 2 discussed the issue and assured all help in the form of additional forces. A repost suggests that Avtar Singh Khanda, a UK-based Sikh radical and the vice-president of Shiromani Akali Dal (Mann), is a close associate of Khalistani terrorist Jagtar Singh Tara and acted as the “main handler of Amritpal Singh and the brains behind his meteoric rise”.

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