Harjinder Singh Jinda was a member of a Sikh organisation Khalistan Commando Force and one of the two assassins of Arun Vaidya (the Chief of Indian army at the time of Operation Blue Star and architect of Operation Blue Star). He was responsible for three high-profile killings; Arjan Dass, Lalit Maken and Gen. Vaidya. He along with other members of Khalistan Commando Force participated in Indian history’s biggest bank robbery of Rs.57.0 million ($4.5 million) from Punjab National Bank, Miller Gunj branch, Ludhiana to finance the campaign for a separate Sikh state of Khalistan.
Harjinder Singh’s father’s and mother’s names are Gurnam Kaur and Gulzar Singh. Jinda had two older brothers, Nirbhail Singh and Bhupinder Singhand one sister, Balvinder Kaur.Harinder Singh alias Mathra Singh and Jagjit Singh were nephews of Harjinder Singh Jinda.Sikh militant Surjit Singh Penta (who committed suicide by consuming cyanide during Operation Black Thunder in the year of 1988) was a nephew of Harjinder Singh Jinda. He belonged to a farmer family.
He was born on 4 April 1962 in the village of Gadli, Jandiala in district Amritsar and received his early education in his native village of Gadli in district Amritsar. After completing his early education, he enrolled in Khalsa College, Amritsar.
India today described Jinda as 5’7″ tall with a mole on the right side of his neck and two wounds on his right leg.
source from 2abatv.com