Under garb of farmer protests, SJF collects funds and diverts it for subversive activities

New Delhi, Jan 19: The probe by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) is being widened in connection with the Sikhs for Justice (SJF) case.

Sources tell OneIndia that there have been a lot of funds that have been channelised in the past couple of months. Over USD 1 lakh has been collected in the name of the farmer protests, the official cited above said. 

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How the pro-Khalistan Sikhs For Justice is influencing the farmers’ protest

New Delhi, Jan 15: In the backdrop of the Attorney General of India, K K Venugopal telling the Supreme Court that the Khalistanis have infiltrated the farmer protests, the Sikhs For Justice (SJF) has announced a reward for anyone hoisting the Khalistanis flag on Red Fort on Republic Day.

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, chief of the pro-Khalistan, SJF said, ’26 January is coming and on the Red Fort there is an Indian Flag. Remove the Tricolour on January 26 and replace it with a Khalistan flag. 

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Farmers doubtful even as Centre willing to hold next round of talks

New Delhi, Jan 14: With the Supreme Court staying the farm laws, there is a shadow over the next round of talks between the farmers’ unions and the Centre scheduled to take place on tomorrow. 

While there is no official word as yet on the next round of talks, some unions feel that there is no point in having parallel round of talks in the wake of the Supreme Court setting up a committee to hear the grievances of the farmers. 

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The rise of the Khalistanis gives room for a separatist mindset like we saw in Kashmir

New Delhi, Jan 12: During the hearing on the farm laws, Attorney General of India, K K Venugopal told the Supreme Court that Khalistanis have infiltrated the farmer protests.

He was asked to file an affidavit to this effect to which the AG agreed and also said that an IB report would also be placed on record. 

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Sorry to say, Centre has not been able to solve the problem: SC on farmer protests

New Delhi, Jan 11: The Supreme Court has asked if the farm laws be put on hold for sometime. We do not know what negotiations are on between the farmer unions and Centre, a Bench headed by Chief Justice of India, S A Bobde said.

The SC hearing a challenge to the farm laws made by the Centre. The court also remarked that it is very disappointed with the way the entire process is going. 

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