Khalistani terror group ‘Sikhs for Justice’ has come out in open support of ‘activists’ Disha Ravi, Nikita Jacob, Shantanu, Deep Sidhu and Nodeep Kaur. The desperation with which the banned outfit is calling for the release of the alleged ‘activists’ is quite telling of the fact that such individuals most likely worked as foot soldiers of the Khalistani organisation in India. “General Counsel” of SFJ, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun on released a video on YouTube Wednesday in which he called upon people across the world to ensure that Prime Minister Narendra Modi gets sanctioned by the world community.
While Nodeep Kaur was arrested for physically assaulting police personnel and disturbing public order at Kundli Industrial Estate in Haryana before the January 26 violence, the other ‘activists’ have been charged by the Delhi Police for their direct or indirect involvement in the violence which was seen being carried out on the streets of Delhi on Republic Day. While Deep Sidhu was at the Red Fort when a siege was laid to it, other “youth activists” including Disha Ravi have been found to be linked to the Poetic Justice Foundation, which is a Canada-based Khalistani organisation.
#Breaking | SFJ comes in support of Disha Ravi, others who are under the lens in an alleged 'toolkit conspiracy'.
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Sikhs for Justice, in its video calling on the international community to support such activists, had Pannun urge supporters of the farmers’ protests to shoot off emails to ambassadors of the US, the UK, and European Union countries like Germany, Italy, etc, asking them to impose “sanctions on Indian PM Narendra Modi”.
He said that this issue “needs to be escalated to international forums and platforms and the world needs to be told”. Pannun also said, “while Sikhs For Justice believes in the liberation of Punjab from India, the farmers can have their will only when they will have a separate nation.”
Security agencies and the Delhi Police believe that the Poetic Justice Foundation has ties with Sikhs for Justice (SFJ). TFI had earlier reported that these activists were in direct touch with PJF, and had even held a Zoom meeting with Mo Dhaliwal – its founder. It would be safe to say that these activists were therefore acting at the behest of Sikhs for Justice. What else explains Gurpatwant Singh Pannun so desperately calling upon people to shoot emails to foreign envoys in Delhi, all for some mindless activists?
Already, the farmers’ protests are being marketed internationally by vested interest groups who seek to defame India and destabilise the Modi government. It is quite poetic and self-expository how Sikhs for Justice is campaigning internationally for activists like Disha Ravi, charged with sedition. The global support system of the protesting ‘farmers’ and their agitation now stands exposed.