Terrorism: Foiling a Plot to Kill Gandhi

Foiling a Plot to Kill Gandhi

After Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was killed by Sikh bodyguards in New Delhi last October, a group of militant Sikhs demonstrated their approval at a rally in Manhattan by chanting "Who's the next? Rajiv Gandhi!" Last week the FBI charged that three Sikhs were planning to carry out that threat by killing Gandhi when the new Prime Minister visits the U.S. June 11 to 15. The FBI said the plot, along with another alleged conspiracy to assassinate Bhajan Lal, chief minister of the northern Indian state of Haryana, was the work of a Sikh extremist group in the U.S. that...

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