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Case of attempt to murder Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh in America, FBI Director Christopher Ray will come to India to investigate.

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Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu.

FBI Director Christopher Wray will visit India next week in the backdrop of Washington’s allegations that an Indian was involved in a foiled plot to kill a Sikh separatist on US soil. US Ambassador to India Eric Garcetti mentioned Ray’s upcoming visit at an event on Wednesday while talking about the strengthening of US-India relations and visits by top Biden administration officials to New Delhi. He said, “This is the only country where she (US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen) visited four times outside the US this year.

Foreign Minister (Antony Blinken) came here for the third time. Defense Minister (Lloyd Austin) for the second time. The FBI director will be here next week.” When Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi was asked about Ray’s upcoming visit to India, he said that the visit should be as part of overall bilateral cooperation on cyber security, counter-terrorism and counter-narcotics. Has been. “As you know, we have strong security, cyber-security, counter-terrorism and counter-narcotics cooperation (relationships) with US agencies,” he said. We are also engaged in capacity building programmes. So the visit of the FBI Director is planned as part of this ongoing bilateral cooperation.” Bagchi said, ”Let them (the US side) confirm the exact details.

FBI will investigate the conspiracy to murder Gurpatwant

Ray is expected to hold talks with senior Indian security officials. The Washington Post reported last week that the Biden administration was so concerned after the discovery of a plot to kill Sikh separatist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu that it called on CIA Director William J. Burns and Director of National Intelligence Avril Haynes was sent to India in August and October respectively. US Principal Deputy National Security Advisor (NSA) Jonathan Finer visited India this week. During this, he talked to External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra and Deputy NSA Vikram Misri. After the visit, the White House said Finer conveyed to New Delhi the importance of holding accountable anyone found responsible in the investigation it announced. India has already constituted an inquiry committee to investigate the allegations. (Language)

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