"To hold the Punjab government responsible for anything that happens anywhere in the world is a wild imagination," he told reporters on the sidelines of a function in Ropar.
Commenting on the attack on Brar, the Operation Bluestar hero, in London on Sunday, Badal said "it is for the government of India to look into security lapses."
"It is also the Centre's responsibility to inform the UK government about his travel plans," he said.
On Brar's reported remarks that he fears revival of terrorism in Punjab, the chief minister said there is complete peace and communal harmony in the state.
There is no question of revival of terrorism in the state, the SAD patriarch said.
"My party and my government accords highest priority to maintenance of peace and communal harmony," he said.
"In Punjab, we have complete peace and communal harmony and I consider this as the biggest achievement of my life," Badal said.
"It is for the government of India to ensure security of anyone having threat perception," he said.
"I am under threat perception, my son (Deputy Chief Minister) Sukhbir also faces threat perception and so are many senior leaders of my party.
"This perception concerning me is as per government of India reports. I have Z plus security, Sukhbir also has the same. From whom does the threat comes, obviously it is from enemies of peace," Badal said.
Mr. Brar Sir, we know that you are Congress Party's Chamcha but please desist from making unsubstantiated allegations and avoid 'breach of peace'. Bear in mind that "Operation Blue Star" can never be forgotten by any sikh - of course you would remember it from a different angle.
The life of Jaswant Singh, hero of the 1962 war, is enough Memorial for the entire Sikh community. As an Indian, my earnest wish is to visit the place once in my lifetime and polish the shoes worn by the hero.I understand the men on duty at the memorial does it every day, serves his food and even changes his bed spreads every day.They refuse to accept his martyrdom even 50 years later.That's what a Memorial is and should be. Let us not argue on something which would precipitate something unsavory. The upraise of the 80's needed to be stopped and the persons in charge then only did their duties and later Indira herself gave her life in return. Let us forgive and forget and not rub salt to the old wounds.
Maybe the hero of Bluestar is feeling forgotten.Any kind of limelight is better than none. I wonder if anyone checked his blood alcohol level.
There is a need for a balanced view of this whole affair. Not that person's older than forty in Punjab have forgotten but the experience of the decade of strife has been made fresh in the memory of all. KS Brar should come clean. Is he doing all of this for personal publicity or due to some Political compulsion?
The media reporting of Brar attack and susequent statements by Brar himself in the media is the height of irresponsibility. This is simiar to the blunders media made during the Mumbai attacks.There is no shred of evidence whatsoever that the Brar attack is related to Khalistan or Bluestar. The London Police are investigating. Thank God, they do not shoot off their mouths like our Police in India or conduct their investigation in full glare of the media. It may well turnout that the attack maybe just a mugging or a robbery attempt. For one week our Media and Brar himself have gone to town spouting all kinds of conspiracy theories. There must be more restraint and moderation.