Overseas Khalistanis Instigating Sikh Personnel In Indian Army To Rise In Mutiny Towards India: NIA

The Countrywide Investigative Company (NIA) has claimed in a chargesheet that ‘Sikhs For Justice’, a US-based separatist outfit, conspired to illicitly provoke the Sikh personnel and amplify its demand from customers for Khalistan. The organisation prepared to incite the worried people today in the forces to raise a rebellion from the country.

Furthermore, SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun along with Khalistan Tiger Power main Hardeep Singh Nijjar and Babbar Khalsa’s global head Paramjit Singh have been accused to have brazenly lent assistance for the secession of Kashmir from India. They are even mentioned to have tried out to radicalize the youth in the area for this function. The NIA declared SFJ to have inbound links from Pakistan as the frontal organization of Khalistan terrorist outfits.

The team has been banned as an ‘unlawful association’ under the Unlawful Functions Prevention Act (UAPA) and is intensely campaigning for its pro-Khalistan ‘Referendum 2020’ agenda in a number of social media platforms. The SFJ operates under the veil of a ‘human legal rights advocacy group’ in different international locations this kind of as Uk, US, Canada and Australia.

“Under this (Referendum 2020) campaign, numerous social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, YouTube channels and a range of internet sites have been released, which are becoming applied to propagate sedition as properly as enmity on the grounds of location and faith, to radicalise impressionable youth, to trigger disturbance to peace and harmony and to elevate money for terrorist actions,” the NIA said.

The company discovered 16 overseas-centered patrons of the SFJ. Among them, Pannun (New York), Nijjar (Canada) and Paramjit ‘Pamma’ from United kingdom were currently listed as ‘individual terrorists’ under the UAPA in July. The Property Ministry has even ordered for the attachment of immovable qualities belonging to Pannun in Amristar and Nijjar in Jalandhar following they were determined by the NIA.