Ludhiana Court Complex Bomb Blast Case: NIA Charges Accused Rode and Happy Malaysia

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Lakhbir Singh Rode hails from Moga and is a terrorist hiding in Pakistan: Report

Ludhiana Court Complex Bomb Blast Case

AMRITSAR: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a supplementary charge sheet against two accused in the Ludhiana court complex bomb blast case. One of these two persons is Lakhbir Singh Rode who hails from Moga and is a terrorist hiding in Pakistan. The second is Harpreet Singh alias Happy Malaysia, a resident of Amritsar, who was arrested at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in December 2022.

On 23 December 2021, an explosion took place inside the court complex of Ludhiana, in which about six people were injured, while one person who planted the bomb died. In the chargesheet, Lakhbir Rode has been accused of smuggling IEDs across the border to detonate bombs in Punjab while sitting in Pakistan. He heads banned organizations Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) and International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF).

It is worth mentioning here that Harpreet Singh aka Happy Malaysia is accused of delivering the consignment to India through drones with the help of Pakistani smugglers. Even in India, Happy took the help of his colleagues and Pakistani smugglers.

Notably, In a chargesheet filed by the NIA in a special court in Mohali, Punjab, the two were charged under various sections of the Explosive Substances Act and the Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act, 1984.