Amid the ongoing farmers' agitation against the Centre's three agricultural reform laws, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on January 29 said Pakistan is trying to infiltrate the borders and sending weapons in increased numbers through drones since the beginning of agitation by farmers.
In an interview with ANI, the chief minister said he had been cautioning the Centre about the designs of Pakistan and it is also sending money and heroin.
He said Pakistan has sleeper cells which it can activate.
"The government should be on its toes. I have been warning them for a long time that Pakistan is trying to infiltrate the borders. Their weapons are coming in. They have sleeper cells here that they can awaken anytime they want. A disturbed Punjab suits Pakistan's policies," he said.