The “Tukde-Tukde gang” draws up an expansion plan and germinates the idea of separatism on the soil of West Bengal and Maharashtra. Even as the demand for a separate country for Sikhs under the guise of the peasant movement grows, a Khalistani organization called “Sikhs for Justice” (SFJ) has started to work on its new program on West Bengal and Maharashtra. This organization operates from the United States and is managed by Gurpatwant Singh Pannun.
Pannun is accused of promoting Khalistan’s demand in India by obtaining funds from Pakistan and several cases of treason have been recorded against him in India. And now, as the BJP aims to wrest power from the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) in the upcoming West Bengal Assembly elections and stage political unrest to overthrow the Shiv Sena government in Maharashtra, “Sikhs For Justice ”(SFJ) sent a statement to the principal ministers of West Bengal and Maharashtra Mamata Banerjee and Uddhav Thackeray, respectively advising the anti-Modi leaders to unilaterally declare the independence of the territories of West Bengal and Maharashtra from India.
We now demand that Gurpatwant Singh Pannun be immediately arrested and that the Indian government speak to the United States about it. America, which sees itself as the champion of democracy, should now reflect on the conspiracy theories that are emerging in their country.
SJF’s letter dated February 23 to Banerjee and Thackeray advises to “unilaterally declare the independence and secession of West Bengal and Maharashtra from the Indian Union in order to safeguard prosperity, ethnicity, identity. , the language and culture of the Bengali and Marathi of India. hegemony which denies diversity and imposes an unhistoric homogeneity ”.
Who is Gurpatwant Singh Pannun?
1) Pannun runs an American law firm. It has offices in New York and California.
2) Additionally, Pannun owns two properties in Amritsar, Punjab, which were seized by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) last year.
3) Pannun is a former student of the University of Punjab, where he studied law. Even though he studied law in India, he incites the Indian people in the name of law and now wants to break up the country.
The Khalistani organization Sikhs for Justice was established in the United States in 2007.
The organization is completely banned in India and is also on the radar of the NIA.
We tell you five things related to Sikhs for Justice and Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, which prove that the organization wants to break up India:
1) The organization launched an anti-India campaign called Referendum 2020. The aim was to create a separate country called Khalistan for Sikhs by holding a referendum in Punjab.
2) The same organization wrote a letter saying that on January 26 in India, the person who will hoist the flag of Khalistan at the India Gate will receive a reward of $ 2.5 million, or about Rs 1 crore 82 lakh . Nothing happened at the Gateway of India that day, but at the Red Fort some people raised the flag of a particular religion and also challenged the Constitution of India.
3) The Indian government banned the organization under the Prevention of Illegal Activities Act in July 2019.
4) Currently, Pannun is in control of the organization and he has several cases of treason registered in India. In July 2019, the Punjab police also recorded two new cases of sedition against Pannun.
5) Pananu, who claims Khalistan, obtains funding from Pakistan for this mission.