New Delhi: One more Punjab resident has been arrested for allegedly putting Khalistani flags and writing slogans on the walls in the Dharamsala city of Himachal Pradesh. Making the announcement on Twitter, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jairam Thakur asserted that every Himachali is united against the forces dividing the country. “Another person who put up Khalistani flags and wrote slogans on the wall in Dharamsala has also been arrested from Punjab. Every Himachali is united against the forces dividing the country. Long live Mother India Jai Hind, Jai Himachal,” Thakur tweeted. Talking to ANI, Rupnagar SSP Dr Sandeep Garg said that in a joint raid with Himachal Pradesh Police, a arrested a resident of Morinda was arrested in connection with putting up pro-Khalistan flags and writing slogans on the wall of Himachal Assembly in Dharamsala. During interrogation, the accused also accepted that he along with his accomplice had put up Khalistan banners outside the mini-secretariat complex in Ropar, Punjab on April 13. The accused have been handed over to Himachal Police.SSP Garg also said that Ropar Police will bring the accused back on a protection warrant. His other accomplice has been identified and will be nabbed soon, he added. This is the second arrest in connection with the incident. Earlier on Wednesday, the special investigation team (SIT) of Himachal Pradesh had arrested one accused for putting up Khalistan flags on the main gate of the Assembly and walls on May 8. Police had also registered an FIR under sections 153-A and 153-B of IPC, section 3 of HP Open Places (Prevention of Disfigurement) Act, 1985, and section 13 of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) at Dharamshala Police station after the ‘Khalistan’ flags incident. ‘Sikhs for Justice’ (SFJ) general counsel Gurpatwant Singh Pannu who is the main accused in the case has also been booked.