Pro-Khalistan leader Amritpal Singh was spotted sporting black goggles and trousers while being on a run from Punjab Police. A CCTV footage from March 20 showed him dining a look which was different from the usual traditional look.
The footage belonged from March 20 and from Amritsar.
The video further revealed that he was escaping the house of a woman who was allegedly sheltering him during the crackdown on his outfit Waris De Punjab. He was also seen carrying an umbrella to hide his face.
According to a report by NDTV, he escaped an international bus terminal while dressing as a monk.
Meanwhile, Punjab Police on Friday said they have released 44 people taken into preventive custody during a crackdown on pro-Khalistan preacher Amritpal Singh and handed them over to their families.
"In the larger interest of the public and keeping in view that youngsters should not suffer, Punjab Police have decided to release those persons who have a minimum role or were just following Amritpal Singh on religious sentiments only," said Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Arpit Shukla.
Shukla said in a statement that 44 people, who were under preventive custody, were released and handed over to their family members on Friday following a promise of good conduct in future.
On Thursday, Inspector General of Police (Headquarters) Sukhchain Singh Gill said that Punjab Police might release 177 people from preventive custody.
A total of 207 people were taken into custody for allegedly disturbing peace and harmony. Of them, 30 have been found involved in major criminal activities and remaining were under preventive custody, police said.
Chief Minister Punjab Bhagwant Mann has given clear instructions to police to not harass innocent people during the crackdown on Amritpal Singh and his outfit 'Waris Punjab De', according to an official statement.