Police in India's Punjab are searching for a Sikh separatist leader who has been on the run since Saturday.
Mobile internet is suspended across the state and more than 100 of Amritpal Singh's supporters have been detained.
But despite numerous roadblocks and a dramatic live-streamed car chase, they have not caught the self-styled preacher whose whereabouts are unclear.
His calls for a separate homeland for Sikhs have revived memories of a 1980s insurgency in which thousands died.
Amritpal Singh claims to draw inspiration from Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, a preacher accused by the Indian government of leading an armed insurgency for a separate Sikh homeland - Khalistan - in the 1980s. Bhindranwale was killed in the Indian army's controversial Operation Blue Star in 1984.