Amritpal Sing, an alleged Sikh leader who is a separatist, has been arrested by Indian police after a months-long search.
A tweet was posted on the official Twitter account of Punjab Police India to announce the news.
According to CNN's Indian-affiliated News 18, Singh was arrested at Moga in Punjab in the northwest part of India. He will then be transferred to Assam, a high security jail in India's east.
Singh is the leader of the Waris De Punjab, a separatist group that has been outlawed and seeks to create a sovereign nation called Khalistan in India for Sikhs.
The police have been looking for Singh since 18 March, when he was charged with attempted murder, obstruction to law enforcement and creating "discord" in society.
The manhunt has rekindled calls for an independent Sikh home in India's Punjab State, stoked violence fears, and brought back painful memories of the bloody insurgency which killed thousands.
Indian authorities cut off internet service for 27 million people from the state of Punjab in March while the police were searching for Singh. This was one of the most widespread blackouts the country has experienced in recent times.