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NIA court extends Jagtar Singh Johal's remand by a week


NIA court extends Jagtar Singh Johal's remand by a week

Mohali (Punjab), Dec 28: A court of India's National Investigation Agency (NIA) gave the agency a seven-day extension to interrogate Scottish Sikh Jagtar Singh Johal, an accused in the murder case of Ludhiana-based Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader Ravinder Gosai, and submit its report. Keeping in view the complexity of the case, the court extended Johal's remand for the second time since he was first sent to NIA custody on December 19.Johal is allegedly linked to several other murders in Punjab.

Revelations made during the investigation so far point towards the culpable role of Johal in the targeted killings of eminent local leaders in Punjab. The investigation also reveals that Johal was working in close liaison with anti-India secessionist forces, operating on the orders of Islamabad.

He was also in constant touch with Harminder Singh, chief of the banned militant organisation Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF).Back in the 1980s Islamabad exploited the religious sentiments of

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