Red Corner Notice against Terrorist Karanvir: Accused in 13 years old murder case in Punjab 

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New Delhi: India has taken major action against another Khalistani supporter who is doing terrorist activities in India with the help of Pakistan. 
      After 13 years, a Red Corner Notice has been issued against terrorist Karanvir Singh with the help of Interpol. At present, this terrorist has been in the shelter of Pakistan’s Babbar Khalsa Wadhwa Singh for a long time.
      Karanvir Singh alias Bablu, originally from Kapurthala, had fled to Pakistan after killing 13 years ago. 
       In 2010, the Punjab Police had announced a reward of Rs 5 lakh for the arrest of Karanvir Singh. On the morning of May 16, 2010, Dera Sant Maiya Das chief Pardhan Singh was killed.
       Police investigation revealed that the murder was carried out by Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) terrorist Karanveer Singh alias Bablu. It took the police 5 months to catch Karanvir. On October 18, 2010, Karanvir Singh was caught.
       Hoshiarpur police nabbed him from Ranjit Kaur’s house in Qila Barun village. The police recovered an AK-47 rifle, a hand grenade, three magazines, two detonators, a wireless set, a timer and 1.5 kg of RDX from the terrorist.
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