The national security agencies have formed an Anti-Khalistan Cell in addition to their earlier established Khalistan Cell after they gained information from Wikipedia that the geographical boundaries of the Khalistan state also included areas within Pakistan.
“This is a cause of concern,” said a senior intelligence official, speaking on the condition of anonymity. “Some are stopping at Lahore whereas others are even talking about Hassanabdal. One city is where I went to cadet college to and the other is a city where I have been given 5 plots. This needs to be nipped in the bud.”
“The problem is that we also need to have the Khalistan Cell as well because their work is also necessary, so they have to work simultaneously,” he said.
This approach is being met with suspicion.
“They’re going to mess it up, of course,” said another anonymous official from the civilian Intelligence Bureau. “The left hand is not going to know what the right hand will be doing.”
“It’s going to lead to a policy of Good Khalsa Army and Bad Khalsa Army, resulting in mayhem,” he said. “They might even end up asking the Indians for money for the sacrifices that they have made for the Indians.”