Manhunt for Amritpal Singh: Indian Authorities in Pursuit
Recent reports from BBC News have highlighted the mysterious disappearance and ongoing search for Amritpal Singh, a wanted Sikh preacher, in India. Despite sightings of Mr. Singh in four different cities, authorities have been unsuccessful in apprehending him. The state of Punjab issued an arrest warrant for him, but he has managed to evade the police thus far. Even an operation carried out by Punjab police on March 28 in the village of Hoshiarpur failed to capture Mr Singh, leading to speculation that he may still be hiding somewhere in Punjab. Mr Singh's growing popularity among supporters of a separate Sikh country from India has drawn increased attention and scrutiny towards him.
Despite an extensive chase, Amritpal Singh has managed to evade authorities by changing three vehicles, and his whereabouts are currently unknown. The authorities in Punjab, where he is wanted, took drastic measures to apprehend him by blocking internet services for the entire province, home to over 27 million people. Despite several reported sightings of Mr Singh in various Indian cities, including Delhi, the police have been unable to capture him. Recent media reports have highlighted CCTV footage from different locations, and the public has been urged to inform the police if they spot Mr Singh. Some reports suggest that he disguised himself as a Hindu preacher to avoid detection. Additionally, one of Mr Singh's supporters was arrested, and a woman from Haryana revealed during interrogation that she had been in contact with him for over a year. Amidst all of this, rumors about his escape and possible arrest continue to circulate, with some even questioning the ability of the police to catch him. Nevertheless, the authorities remain determined to capture Mr Singh and bring him to justice.
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