Radical elements Babbar Khalsa International ( BKI) and Khalistan Zindabad Force ( KZF) are making efforts to lure gullible youth in the fold of militancy by making use of money and emotion," the note says.
What does BKI stand for?
BKI stands for Babbar Khalsa International
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Babbar Khalsa International believes that Sikhs are a persecuted minority in India and calls for an armed struggle to create a breakaway Sikh homeland called Khalistan (Land Of The Pure).
Police officials had then pointed to the possibility of LeT and Babbar Khalsa International joining hands to plot the attack.
According to intelligence inputs, the two groups making desperate attempts to regroup are the Babbar Khalsa International ( BKI) and Khalistan Zindabad Force ( KZF).
Babbar Khalsa International had its overseas headquarters in the West Midlands but was disbanded after being declared a terror outfit under the Anti-Terrorism Act 2000.
Rajoana and Dilawar Singh, the Babbar Khalsa International member who triggered the bomb that killed Punjab CM Beant Singh in August 31, 1995, were close friends.
18 (ANI): A militant of the banned outfit Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) managed to escape from detention on Monday in Punjab's Hoshiarpur District.
But officials from the International Sikh Youth Federation and Babbar Khalsa International say they will appeal against the 'draconian' decision by Home Secretary Jack Straw.