The key accused of Ludhiana Court blast case, Jaswinder Singh Multani, arrested in Germany

New Delhi – Jaswinder Singh Multani, the main accused in Punjab’s Ludhiana Court blast was arrested in Germany. A retired constable of Punjab Police was killed in an explosion caused while assembling a bomb here. The attack was masterminded by Pak Intelligence organisation ISI along with a Pakistani goon Harvinder Singh Sandhu and Multani.

Jaswinder Singh Multani is an active member of the Khalistani terrorist organisation ‘Sikhs for Justice’, who carried out bomb blasts in Ludhiana and other cities of the country. A preliminary investigation revealed that Multani was planning to carry out bomb blasts in Delhi and Mumbai also. Besides being pro-Khalistan, Multani is also accused of smuggling arms and narcotics from the Punjab border. Jaswinder Singh Multani is a resident of Hoshiarpur, Punjab. Born in the year 1976, Multani has two brothers, both of whom run a shop in Germany. The German investigation agency is investigating whether Multani went to Pakistan or not. The Indian investigation agency may soon go to Germany to investigate Multani.

On the other hand, Pakistani goon Harvinder Singh Sandhu the key accused in the crimes committed in Punjab, Haryana, Bengal and Maharashtra is absconding. He is accused of 10 murders, 6 attempted murders, 7 robberies, arms and drug trafficking, ransom, a total of 30 such crimes. In 2017, Sandhu was released from Police custody. After which he was found to have gone to Pakistan.