Helper to Amritpal Avtar Singh Khanda passes away in London. Avtar Singh Khanda, who had proclaimed himself to be the commander of the outlawed Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF), passed away in Birmingham. Khanda was a close associate of Amritpal Singh, who was captured earlier this year.
His defenders asserted that he passed away from poisoning, despite the fact that anonymous sources stated that the cause of death was cancer. It is anticipated that a medical report will be provided by Sandwell Hospital, which was the location of his passing. Khanda had been in the London hospital for several days, where she was on life support.
According to the information that we have been able to acquire so far, the cause of death has been recognized in his medical records as blood cancer. Although it was first believed that he was admitted to the hospital for suspected poisoning, the sources in the agencies here claimed that “according to the information that we have been able to gather so far, in his medical records, the cause of death has been identified as blood cancer.”
The National Investigation Agency has reason to think that he was responsible for both the violence that occurred on March 19 at the Indian High Commission in London and also played a role in the lowering of the Indian flag that was flying outside of the building.
Khanda first came into the world in the Moga district. It was thought that Khanda was in league with other KLF leaders such as Jagtar Singh Tara and Paramjit Singh Pamma. He was also linked to the insurgent leader Gurjant Singh Budhsingwala, who was another of his relatives. On multiple occasions, Khanda collaborated with other London-based extremists like Joga Singh, Kuldip Singh Chaheru, and Gursharan Singh to stage confrontational demonstrations in front of the Indian High Commission.
Indian intelligence agencies have accused Khanda of indoctrinating impressionable young people with separatist and extremist worldviews as well as radicalizing them. In 2015, his name appeared on a list that had been sent to the British government in connection with a conspiracy against India. Khanda, however, was granted political asylum in Britain after entering the country on a student visa. This permitted him to remain in the country permanently.
His freedom of movement in Britain and numerous outbursts against the Indian government were a sore point with the intelligence agencies, and his activities remained largely unchecked despite the fact that NSA Ajit Doval raised the subject more than a couple of times with his British counterpart Tim Barrow.
His activities remained largely unchecked despite the fact that his frequent outbursts against the Indian government was a sore point with the intelligence agencies. On the other hand, the British authorities were able to shut down a television programme where he would make inciting comments about the Indian government.