Banned terror outfit Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) has released a controversial map of Khalistan which attempts to fulfill the deep desire of the fanatics of the ideologue. Reportedly, the outfit recently released a “map” of their vision of Khalistan, which included states like Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and several districts of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. However, interestingly, the map didn’t have a square kilometer of Punjab in Pakistan, or for that matter, any state in the neighbouring country of India.
The Sikhs For Justice have released a map of their vision of what Khalistan – a free Sikh homeland in India – would entail.
The group are holding a non-binding referendum to gauge support for Khalistan which begins next week (Oct 31st) in London, at the Queen Elizabeth Centre. pic.twitter.com/DmPUHESBfh
— SikhPressAssociation (@SikhPA) October 22, 2021
The netizens were quick to point out that despite claiming to fight for the Khalistani cause, the terror outfit could not furnish a proper map. One of the netizens remarked, “These jokers don’t have the guts to claim an inch from their masters in Pindi. Frauds.”
— Undistort (@Undistort) October 24, 2021
Meanwhile, another asked the outfit, why it didn’t include the Kartarpur corridor, “Dream ON. And, if you this guts why you are not claiming kartarpur corridor (gurdwara darbar sahib) under Pakistan.”
And , if you this guts why you are not claiming kartarpur corridor (gurdwara darbar sahib) under pakistan. 😐😐 https://t.co/kZTZ0DhWLE
— vinay patel (@vinay_4151) October 24, 2021
Another continued to build up by stating, “No Kartarpur. No nankana sahib. Seems like the khalistanis want a moth eaten Khalistan.”
No Kartarpur. No nankana sahib. Seems like the khalistanis want a moth eaten Khalistan. https://t.co/HJWhqsFlZO
— Anwesh Satpathy (@anwesh_satpathy) October 24, 2021
ISI chalking up the map?
The outfit not including Punjab in its map is an indication enough of the ideology of its masters. SFJ is headed by Avtar Singh Pannun and Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, of which the latter has been designated a terrorist by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). Apparently, SFJ is enrolled on the payrolls of Pakistan’s notorious ISI and thus the distorted map.
The release of the map comes at a time when the terror group is planning to hold a non-binding referendum to gauge support for their separatist, terrorist movement to form Khalistan beginning next week (October 31) in London, at the Queen Elizabeth Centre.
SFJ had attempted a similar referendum earlier
This is not SFJ’s first rodeo of conducting a referendum for Khalistan. As reported by TFI, SFJ had long been planning to hold ‘Referendum 2020’ to lay the groundwork for its vile ambitions. However, due to the Central Government’s pre-emptiness in accessing the danger of holding any such referendum, SFJ could never really make any headway.
As reported by TFI earlier, clipping SFJ’s wings, the Union Home Ministry, in July last year had announced that it had blocked 40 websites belonging to the outfit for supporting secessionist activities, under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) 1967.
The 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.
The official statement read: “On the recommendation of the MHA, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) has issued the orders under section 69 A of the IT Act, 2000, for blocking 40 websites of SFJ”.
Fake Farmers’ protest has helped the Khalistanis revive themselves
Lately, the Khalistani group has placed itself eloquently amidst the ongoing fake farmers’ protest using the fake farmers’ as a decoy. As a result, the outfit has been pulling the strings to manufacture chaos while the central government continues to give breathing space to the nuisance creators sitting in and around the border of National Capital for the better part of the last 9-10 months.
Earlier this year, SFJ had announced a reward of USD 2,50,000 for Punjab farmers to hoist the Khalistan flag at India Gate, as well as, Red Fort on the occasion of Republic Day. What followed afterward has been well documented with hordes of Sikhs breaching the gates of Red Fort and hoisting the flag whilst others plunged Delhi into a state of total anarchy.
The terror group had also written a letter against India to the Chinese President Xi Jinping in the wake of the 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). Thus it can be ascertained that in addition to ISI, the terror outfit has also made its bed with China.