Khalistani Terrorist “Wants To Divide India, Create Many Countries”

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun
Gurpatwant Singh Pannun

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun was declared a terrorist by India in July 2020, but Interpol rejected the request twice, citing insufficient information.

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A source told IndiNews Monday that Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun cries out for the division of India in order to create many countries.

It is reported that Pannun, the leader of the banned separatist group Sikhs for Justice, has made audio messages challenging the unity and integrity of India and wants to create a separate country for Kashmirians… as well as a Muslim country.

NIA has been looking for Pannun since 2019 for playing a major role in commissioning and promoting terrorist acts in Punjab and the country. According to investigations, the Pannun-led Sikhs for Justice “misuses cyberspace to radicalise gullible youth… instigates them to commit terrorist acts and fight for an independent Khalistan”.

Sikhs for Justice were banned by the Indian government in 2019.

Interpol twice refused the Indian government’s request to issue a Red Corner Notice, citing insufficient information, after the Union Home Ministry declared Pannun a terrorist in July 2020.

Recent threats against Indian diplomats and government officials in Canada were prompted by the killing of a Khalistani terrorist – Hardeep Singh Nijjar. A Canadian citizen, Nijjar, was killed by agents of the Indian government, Justin Trudeau claims.

Who Is Gurpatwant Singh Pannun?

When Amritsar was partitioned in 1947, Pannun was also charged with graffiti and banners depicting ‘Khalistan’.

Khankot is a village in Pakistan where he is believed to have come from. The parents of Gurpatwant Pannun are deceased, and his brother, Magwant Singh, lives abroad. Having graduated from Punjab University with a law degree, he is a lawyer.

Moreover, a dossier on Pannun states that he is radicalising people in Jammu and Kashmir so that they can secede from India and create a Muslim country called ‘Democratic Republic of Urdustan’.

Cases against Gurpatwant Singh Pannun

Several cases have been filed against Pannun in Punjab, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, and Uttarakhand, according to security agencies.

According to Pannun’s dossier, nine of the 16 cases are under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. Delhi has four, Punjab has two (the other in Sirhind), Haryana has one (Gurugram) and Himachal Pradesh has eight (Dharamshala).

National Investigation Agency filed the ninth complaint.

In addition to the three sedition cases pending against Pannun in Punjab, he also has nearly two dozen other cases pending against him.

Pannun’s Criminal Activities

To hoist the Khalistani flag at India Gate, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun has offered a reward of US$2.5 million.

According to reports, he also offered $1 million to any police personnel who prevented the Indian flag from being hoisted at the Red Fort on Independence Day 2021.

In Punjab, Delhi, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, and Haryana, he has also tried several times to get Khalistani posters and flags installed.

NIA Raids on Gurpatwant Pannun

Pannun lost all rights to his home and agricultural land in Chandigarh when the NIA seized them last week, making them government property.

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