New Delhi, Jan 28: The original intention was to hoist a Khalistan flag at the Red Fort on January 26.
The SJF had planned on instigating the farmers to turn violent and a high-level meeting in the first week of January had discussed the same. It was easier to instigate them as there are land-lord farmers at the protest site.
New Delhi, Jan 26: A couple of days back the proscribed terror group Sikhs for Justice which is batting for a separate Khalistan state had offered a reward for Punjab farmer to hoist a Khalistan flag at the India Gate.
On India’s Republic Day, those protesting against the farm laws stormed the Red Fort and hoisted a flag and it was not the Tricolour. The SJF which has been trying to infiltrate the protests had announced a reward of USD 2,50,000 for hosting the Khalistan flag in New Delhi. The Centre had cited this claim, while supporting its claim regarding the presence of separatist elements.
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.
New Delhi, Jan 18: The National Investigation Agency is examining the role of several NGOs including Khalsa Aid in connection with the Sikhs for Justice (SJF) case.
The NIA is probing to find the financial link between the NGOs and the Sikhs for Justice which has been accused of funding these organisations. The SJF according to the agencies fund these organisations and direct them to incite violence, create hatred and also propagate the cause of Khalistan.
New Delhi, Jan 17: The National Investigation Agency has asked several persons including a farmer union leader and a television journalist to appear before it for questioning in connection with the Sikhs For Justice case.
On Saturday, the NIA summoned Baldev Singh Sirsa, the president of the Lok Bhalai Insaf Welfare Society, one of the unions taking part in the talks with the government over the new farm laws for questioning.
New Delhi, Jan 16: Baldev Singh Sirsa, the president of the Lok Bhalai Insaf Welfare Society, one of the unions taking part in the talks with the government over the new farm laws has been summoned for questioning by the National Investigation Agency.
The NIA summons is in connection with a case registered against a leader of the proscribed Sikhs for Justice (SJF). Sirsa has been summoned as a witness in the case.
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.
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.
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’.
New Delhi, Oct 14: The National Investigation Agency has conducted searches in six locations at Punjab in connection with a case relating to the cadres of Sikhs for Justice (SJF).
Searches were conducted in six places at Ferozpur, Ludhiana and Moga districts of Punjab. The case relies to the hoisting of the Khalistan flag by the cadres of the SJF on the eve of Independence Day this year.