Amritpal Singh, a former member of the Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF), may be on his way back to Punjab to surrender to the police, according to sources.
Singh, who is wanted in connection with several cases of terrorism, has been on the run since the early 1990s. He is believed to have been hiding in various countries, including the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States.
The Punjab Police have been searching for Singh for years, and have recently received information that he may be returning to India to surrender. Sources say that Singh is likely to surrender in the coming days, and that the Punjab Police are preparing to receive him.
Singh is wanted in connection with several cases of terrorism, including the assassination of former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh in 1995. He is also believed to have been involved in the hijacking of an Indian Airlines flight in 1981.
If Singh does surrender, it will be a major victory for the Punjab Police, who have been searching for him for decades. It will also be a major boost for the fight against terrorism in the region.
The Punjab Police have not yet confirmed the reports of Singh’s possible surrender, but sources say that they are preparing for the possibility. It remains to be seen if Singh will indeed surrender, and if so, what the consequences will be.