The victims or deceased names are not mentioned in the given text. : “Three Youth Arrested in Himachal Pradesh for Writing Pro-Khalistan Slogans: Police”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Three young individuals have been apprehended in Punjab for their involvement in writing pro-Khalistan slogans near the revered Mata Chintpurni Temple in Himachal Pradesh’s Una district. The incident took place on November 29, and the police made the arrests on Sunday. The Una Superintendent of Police informed PTI that the accused were captured in Dhesiya and Surja villages located in Jalandhar district of Punjab.

Upon their arrest, the three individuals were taken to the Chintpurni police station. It has been revealed that one of the accused received a deposit of Rs 25,000 from a foreign source, with a promise of an additional Rs 25,000 upon completion of the task. The other two individuals accompanied the main accused. The police are currently conducting further investigations into the matter.

The three culprits, identified as Phool Chand (26), Arjinder Singh (28), and Harry (21), were responsible for writing “Khalistan Zindabad” and “Himachal Banega Khalistan” slogans on the walls surrounding the Mata Chintpurni Temple.

A video featuring Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the head of the banned organization Sikhs For Justice, surfaced on the internet. In the video, Pannun showcased the graffiti on the walls, stating that Congress leaders allegedly involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots would not be spared. Unfortunately, this is not the first incident of its kind in the state.

Last year on May 7, pro-Khalistan banners and graffiti were displayed on the outer boundary of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly in Dharamshala. To address this recent incident, a case has been registered under sections 153-A and 153-B of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), as well as section 3 of the HP Open Places (Prevention of Disfigurement) Act, 1985.

Based on the video evidence, Pannun has been named as a co-accused and the main conspirator in this case. Consequently, he has been booked under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). It is important to note that this news article has been auto-generated from the PTI news service, and ThePrint does not hold any responsibility for its content.

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