Amit Shah praises Punjab government for good work

Amit Shah

Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, claimed on Saturday that there is no Khalistan wave in Punjab and that the Centre is keeping a close eye on the issue even as the search to find evading Khalistan sympathiser Amritpal Singh continues.
The Home Minister pointed out that Punjab government had done good work and that the Centre had cooperated. “There is no wave (of Khalistan). Many times, some people try, but the governments have done their job. The Punjab government has done a good job, the Centre has supported. We are monitoring the situation closely,” Shah said while speaking at a media conclave in Benguluru.
Asked about Amritpal Singh’s arrest and that he has been absconding for long , the Union Minister said, “It may happen some time. Earlier he used to roam freely, but now he cannot carry on with his activities,” he said.
The Union Home Minister also said that the BJP government led by PM Narendra Modi will not tolerate any attack on the Indian High Commissions and that strict action will be taken in accordance with Indian laws.
Amit Shah was referring to the attack on the Indian High Commission in London last month and and the consulate in UK and San Francisco.