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Nabha jailbreak: 10 facts about Khalistan Liberation Force chief Harminder Mintoo

IndiaTimes Monday, 28 November 2016 ()
Khalistan Liberation Force terrorist Harminder Mintoo was today arrested in Delhi, just a day after he was broken out of the high-security Nabha Jail in Punjab's Patiala district. Here are some facts about the man who was wanted in 10 terror-related cases, when he was first arrested in 2014.
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News video: States Kept In The Loop On Nabha Jail Break - HM

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Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh has said in very clear cut terms that those who escaoed with Khalistan Liberation Force Chief and were at large will be caught. He said while the Centre is looking into the episode, the states have been informed given the case being a state subject.

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