Banned terror outfit Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) has once again bared its fangs and proved that it is pushing its vile agendas through Khalistani supporters who are currently masquerading as farmers at the borders of Delhi. SFJ has announced a reward of USD 2,50,000 for Punjab farmers hoisting Khalistan flag at India Gate, as well as, Red Fort in the national capital.
Sikhs for Justice released a letter, as well as, a video of its Chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannu where the cash-reward was espoused to incite the protestors looking to make some quick money.
“26 January is coming and on the Red Fort, there is an Indian tricolour. Remove the tricolour on 26th of January and replace it with the Khalistan flag,” said Pannu in the video.
Besides 2.5 lakh US dollars, Sikhs for Justice also used the bait of giving foreign citizenship to lure the protesters. “The laws of the world are with you. If the Indian Government points a finger at you, you and your families will be brought to the foreign countries under the United Nations laws,” he said.
The Centre has cited this appeal as one of the documents to support its claims regarding the presence of separatist elements at the farmers’ protests in New Delhi.
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Taking a cue out of the Shaheen Bagh model of anarchy, the farmers are expected to take out a tractor rally on Republic Day which could prove extremely dangerous. The presence of such divisive forces may pose threat to the security of the R-Day Parade.
Sikhs for Justice has been instrumental in derailing the entire farmers’ movement as the Khalistani elements sponsored by SFJ have regularly propped throughout the protests. While the government has tried to meet the framers in the middle, it is the Khalistani, as well as, the political elements that are more interested in extending the protests to serve their vested interests.
Reported previously by TFI, National Investigation Agency (NIA) in December, last year found that Sikhs for Justice had been propagating anti-India sentiments within the Sikh community serving in the Indian Army—egging them to engineer a mutiny.
“The Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) has been attempting to undermine the security of the Indian State by instigating Sikh personnel in the Indian army to rise in mutiny against India besides trying to radicalize youths of Kashmir and openly extending support for the secession of Kashmir from India,” the NIA had remarked back then.
SFJ had long been planning to hold ‘Referendum 2020’ to lay the groundwork for Khalistan. However, due to the Central Government’s pre-emptiness in accessing the danger of holding any such referendum, Sikhs for Justice could never really make any headway.
Reported by TFI earlier, the Union Home Ministry, in July last year announced that it had blocked 40 websites belonging to Sikhs for Justice for supporting secessionist activities, under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) 1967.
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) through its spokesperson had informed that the action has been taken after the banned outfit launched a campaign to register supporters for its cause—Referendum 2020.
Apparently, Sikhs for Justice has the backing of Pakistan’s notorious ISI. The terror group had also written a letter against India to the Chinese President Xi Jinping in the wake of Galwan Valley showdown–condemning ‘Modi government’s violent aggression against China,’ taking down several soldiers of China in 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 Sikhs for Justice’s call to hold a non-governmental referendum 2020 for the secession of Punjab from India.
The Khalistan movement has been Punjab’s Achilles heel for a long time and it is in the best interest of the state and the country that the Union Government works in tandem with the Supreme Court and dismantles terror outfits like Sikhs for Justice from the roots.