Intelligence agencies have tracked a conspiracy by Khalistan Commando Force (KCF) to remove a farmer leader protesting at one of many Delhi borders. According to information company ANI, the plan was to defame India by killing a farmer leader amid the continuing protests. The conspirators, based mostly in Belgium and the United Kingdom, hatched a plan to kill a farmer leader in a coordinated method.
The KCF’s plan was additionally to settle rating with the leader who was allegedly “involved in eliminating KCF cadres from Punjab in the past”. KCF is a militant organisation concerned in varied assassinations in India. The outfit has members based mostly in varied international locations like Canada, United Kingdom, Belgium and Pakistan.
A senior authorities official informed ANI that credible inputs have been acquired concerning the KFC’s conspiracy. Intelligence agencies discovered that three KCF militants who’re from Belgium and the UK have been planning an assassination of a farmer leader at present protesting at Delhi border factors towards the Centre’s farm legal guidelines.
According to the enter, the farmer leader was allegedly concerned in eliminating KCF cadres previously in Punjab, the ANI report stated.
Information acquired by agencies additionally stated the KCF perceived that the killing of the leader at this juncture could lead on to improve in violence in India and onus of killing will likely be on authorities agencies or staff of a political celebration.
Notably, Khalistani separatist teams have been making an attempt to acquire floor by farmers’ protest. Earlier on January 26, hundreds of protesting farmers had clashed with the police in the course of the tractor parade referred to as by farmer unions to spotlight their demand for repeal of the three farm legal guidelines. Some of them hoisted non secular flags at Red Fort, the Mughal period monument from the place the Prime Minister addresses the nation on Independence Day. The position of Khalistani supporters in violence was unearthed later.
Following the violence, the federal government requested Twitter to block practically 1,000 Twitter handles for spreading misinformation and pretend information associated to farmers’ protest.