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    The Indian government has put international borders on high alert after sending a message to the Border Security Force (BSF) and the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) regarding the possibility of Amritpal Singh, the leader of Waris Punjab De, fleeing the country. The BSF and SSB have been instructed to warn their troops stationed at international borders to be alert as the manhunt for Amritpal Singh, a radical Khalistani, continues. Pictures of Amritpal Singh have also been posted on crucial exit points at the International Boundaries to prevent him from leaving the country.

    All important Border Outposts at the international borders with Nepal, Punjab, and Bangladesh, as well as the frontier units of the BSF and the SSB stationed there, have received a message to be on high alert due to intelligence input that Amritpal Singh may flee the country in order to avoid being apprehended. The two paramilitary forces have already transmitted the necessary information to their field units, along with images of Amritpal Singh wearing and not wearing a turban.

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    The Punjab Police’s extensive investigation into Waris Punjab De leader Amritpal Singh entered its fourth day on Tuesday. Amritpal Singh has been listed as a wanted person by the Punjab Police. The extremist preacher is still on the run, even though Amritpal Singh’s uncle Harjit Singh and his driver Harpreet Singh have turned themselves in to the Jalandhar police. The suspension of SMS and mobile internet services was also extended by the Punjabi government.

    A day before Amritpal’s “Khalsa Wahir,” a religious procession, departs from the Muktsar district, police take action. Despite increased security at various locations in Punjab, the elusive preacher managed to elude the police and escape their dragnet until his cavalcade was stopped in the Jalandhar area. Separate FIRs were filed against Amritpal and his associates for evading a police roadblock and for recovering a handgun from a vehicle discovered in a Jalandhar hamlet. Additionally, 114 persons in total have been detained since the crackdown began.

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    Rajesh M
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