Khalistan uprising not gaining desired traction, but we need to be cautious

New Delhi, Jun 01: The violence in Punjab have brought back traumatic memories of the 80s about the Khalistan movement. The number of killings, acts of terror and violence in Punjab appear to be on the rise and the current dispensation in the state appears to have no solution for the same.

While officials tell OneIndia that the movement has not been able to thrive as the ISI would have hoped for, there are however very disturbing signs that we have witnessed. Killings, hoisting of Khalistan flags, social media posts by fanatics such as the Sikhs for Justice have been on the rise of late.

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Simbal Camp in Jammu is a fertile ground for Khalistan movement and anti-India propaganda

New Delhi, Jan 13: The traction on the ground has not been up to expectations, but the pro-Khalistan groups such as the Sikhs For Justice have been pushing their agenda hard through various platforms with the help of the Pakistan’s ISI.

In this connection one would have to look at the Simbal Camp in Jammu, where the head of the Sikhs For Justice, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun had said that he would launch the voter registration for Punjab Independence Referendum 2020. He had said that he would do so with Ardaas ceremonies from Gurudwara Chhati Patshahi in Srinagar and Gurudwara Simbal Camp in Jammu. 

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Top Khalistan movement conspirator held by NIA in Delhi

New Delhi, Dec 23: An absconding Khalistan terrorist Gurjeet Singh Nijjar, who was hiding in Cyprus (Europe) was arrested at New Delhi Airport by the National Investigation Agency. 

A case had been registered in 2019 against an accused Harpal Singh under Section 3 & 25 of the Arms Act, 1959 read with sections 37 & 135 of the Maharashtra Police Act, 1951 and section 20 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967. 

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NIA chargesheets top Khalistan movement terrorist

New Delhi, Dec 19: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against 10 accused including designated terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun in connection with a SJF, Khalistan case. The banned outfit is accused of carrying propaganda activities both online and on ground campaigns in support of SFJ and Referendum- 2020.

These acts were committed by a gang of radicalised Sikh youth under direction and financial assistance from SFJ handlers located abroad as part of an organised conspiracy by the accused for launching a concerted secessionist campaign for creation of ‘Khalistan’.

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Sikhs for Justice which backs Khalistan terror declared unlawful entity

New Delhi, July 10: The Sikhs for Justice, a group sympathetic towards the Khalistan movement has been declared as an unlawful association.

The decision was taken by the Union Cabinet after several reports by the security agencies making it clear that the outfit was openly backing the Khalistan movement.

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Kartarpur euphoria fine, but ISI needs to keep Khalistan terrorists under check

New Delhi, July 08: Even as India would look to operationalise the Kartarpur corridor project during a July 14 meeting with Pakistan, concerns are being raised about the big push being given to the Khalistan movement.

India would raise with Pakistan concerns about its military trying to use the corridor to push Khalistan terrorists into India.

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At Modi’s behest Khalistan movement Referendum 2020 banned in Pakistan claims SJF

khalistanNew Delhi, Apr 16: Pakistan has banned the Referendum 2020 team run by the Sikhs for Justice, the group has claimed. The group said that its team was banned in Pakistan at the behest of Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.

Legal adviser of SJF, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun claimed that the authorities in Pakistan had stopped the groups activists from putting up posters and banners of the Khalistan referendum campaign at the Gurudwara Panja Sahib in Hassan Adbal.

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