- A few weeks ago, India raised concern over the United Kingdom allowing the Khalistan referendum in London.
- The raid on Khalistanis exposed the reality of the movement as less than a thousand people were attending it.
- Within the British Sikh community, there is strong opposition to Khalistani activities in the country.
A few weeks ago, India raised concern over the United Kingdom allowing the Khalistan referendum in London. The Boris Johnson government, which does not want to harm the very important relationship with India at any cost, took action against the Khalistanis and raided the premises where it was taking place. The raid on Khalistanis exposed the reality of the movement as less than a thousand people were attending it, and the Khalistani activities were rigging the voting in support of the movement.
As per a report by ANI, “SFJ members were using various electronic devices to create fake Identity cards and relevant documents pertaining to bogus voters in order to push up the voting numbers during the ‘Referendum’.”
UK Police Raid on Sikhs for Justice Office Exposes Vote Rigging in ‘Punjab Referendum’ Farce, and lack of support for the stupid and anti-national exercise. Within the British Sikh community, there is strong opposition to Khalistani activities in the country. “There are foreign powers who would like to cause problems in India because India’s progress is not palatable to them,” said Lord Rami Ranger, businessman and Chairman of the British Sikh Association.
Modi government’s fight against SFJ
Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Indian government is no longer taking the threat posed by Khalistani terror outfits like Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), Babbar Khalsa International, Khalistan Zindabad Force and Khalistan Tiger Force lying down. Under its “ghar mei ghuske maarenge” strategy, India has now deployed the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to Canada. Recently, a high-level team of the NIA visited Canada this month for coordinating ongoing terror investigations. During its four-day visit, the team, led by an Inspector General-rank officer, will be discussing with the Canadian authorities the findings of its probe against Khalistani groups.
The three-member NIA team is pushing for the execution of the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty for faster sharing of information related to anti-India activities. According to a report by Tribune, besides Canada, the probe agency is learned to be equipped with details of funding routes from the UK, the US, Australia, France, and Germany. The Hindustan Times, meanwhile, reported that India’s NIA team has formally asked Canada to declare the organisation ‘Sikhs for Justice’ a terrorist entity.
In December last year, NIA had filed an FIR against SFJ’s Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, KTF’s Paramjit Singh Pamma and Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who were all designated as “terrorists” under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. In its FIR, the NIA stated, “The SFJ and other Khalistani terrorist organizations, including but not limited to BKI, KTF and KZF, along with their frontal outfits are conspiring to create an atmosphere of fear and lawlessness and cause disaffection among people to incite them against the government of India.”
SFJ’s Misadventures Against India
The SFJ is headed by Avtar Singh Pannun and Gurpatwant Singh Pannun. SFJ has the backing of Pakistan’s notorious ISI. The terror group had also written a letter against India to Chinese President Xi Jinping in the wake of the Galwan Valley showdown, where it condemned the ‘Modi government’s violent aggression against China’ causing death to several soldiers of China at Ladakh along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
The terror outfit didn’t stop here and thanked the people of China for their encouraging and supporting response to SFJ’s call to hold a non-governmental referendum 2020 for the secession of Punjab from India. It must be remembered that SFJ is leading the crusade of a so-called “Referendum 2020”. Earlier this year when the farmers protesting the central farm laws organised a march to Delhi on Republic Day, the SFJ is learnt to have announced a Rs 1.85 crore reward for anyone hoisting a Khalistani flag atop the India Gate.
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Now the Modi government is ensuring the SFJ’s activities do not continue in any country, be it Canada, the United States, or the United Kingdom.
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