• Disclosing this, the Union Home Ministry has sent a letter to the Chief Secretary of Punjab asking him to increase the security of Bitta.

All India Anti Terrorist Front chairman Maninderjit Singh Bitta is under threat from Sikh terrorists hiding in Britain. Disclosing this, the Union Home Ministry has sent a letter to the Chief Secretary of Punjab asking him to increase the security of Bitta.

In a letter sent by the VIP Security Unit of the Ministry of Home Affairs, it has been said that the ministry has examined the security arrangements of Bitta after consultation with the central security agencies. According to the report received in this regard, in view of Bitta’s continuous statements against terrorism, he is under threat from Sikh terrorists and anti-India elements.

The letter said that according to the revelations made by the Punjab Police during interrogation of Trilok Singh Sandhu alias Ladhi resident of Garhigarh, Jammu, Sikh terrorists settled in England hatched a conspiracy to attack various politicians and religious leaders including Bitta. is.

Apart from this, the release of main accused Davinder Pal Singh Bhullar in the bomb attack on Bitta and Bitta’s opposition to the banned organization Sikh for Justice and supporting the agriculture bills of the Center may also have a general impact on Bitta’s security.

It has also been clarified in the letter that at present, no input has been received by the Ministry regarding any specific threat to Bitta. Nevertheless, the Punjab Government, Delhi Police, and CISF ensure comprehensive security arrangements for Bitta.

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