Master plan of Khalistani terrorists to kill peasant leader

According to the agencies, the KCF also believes that the killing of a farmer leader will lead to violence in India and the blame will be on a government agency or the leader of a political party.

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A conspiracy is being hatched by the Khalistan Commando Force to target the protesting peasant leaders along the Delhi border. The Central Intelligence Agency-R & AW and the Intelligence Bureau are monitoring the efforts of the terrorist organization KFC. A report has been prepared by the intelligence agencies.

According to a report prepared by the Central Intelligence Agency, it is Belgium and the United Kingdom who are plotting to target peasant leaders. The conspirators planned to assassinate a protesting peasant leader on the borders of Delhi. The Khalistan Commando Force also plans to take revenge on the leader who was involved in eliminating KCF cadres from Punjab in the past.

Plan to assassinate farmer leader

KCF is a terrorist organization. Who is involved in various murders in India. The organization has members from various countries such as Canada, United Kingdom, Belgium and Pakistan. A senior official said that KCF had planned to assassinate the farmer leader. Reliable inputs have also been received in this regard. It is learned that three KCF militants from Belgium and Britain planned to assassinate a protesting peasant leader on the Delhi border.

Plans to eliminate a peasant leader by leaders of Khalistani terrorist organization from Belgium, UK, tracked by central intelligence agencies

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Plan to incite violence in India

According to the information received, the farmer leader whom KCF planned to kill was allegedly involved in the removal of KCF cadres in Punjab. According to the agencies, the KCF believes that the killing of a farmer leader will trigger violence in India and the blame for the killing will be on the government agencies or the leader of a political party.

26 January when the farmers were around the Red Fort. Members of the Khalistani separatist group were protesting outside the Indian embassy in Washington DC. He claimed that he was protesting in support of the farmers gathered in Delhi. Many of the crowd were waving flags and raising slogans of Khalistan.