After PM Modi withdrew the farm laws, the blood-thirsty Khalistanis’ real agendas now stand exposed. Their planned tractor march to the parliament is their yet another show of strength, in an attempt to challenge Amit Shah.
Khalistanis will orchestrate tractor rally to the parliament:
Khalistanis, erstwhile hidden in the form of fake farmers protesting against the farm laws, have decided to go on with their proposed rally against the Indian Parliament on November 29, 2021. The date holds significance, as the winter session of the parliament will begin on exact same day. Khalistanis have termed the tractor rally as “Deg Teg Fateh Rally”, and have asked their anti-India agents to seize the parliament – the shining symbol representing Indian democracy.
SFJ announces a huge prize money for anyone who raises the Khalistani flag in Parliament:
Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), a US-based secessionist group that supports the secession of Punjab from India as Khalistan, has announced a cash prize of USD 1,25,000 for any Khalistan supporter who will raise the Khalistan-Kesari flag at the Indian parliament on November 29, 2021.
In a video message, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, General Counsel for SFJ, invoked Bhagat Singh in order to inspire Khalistani terrorists for the coup against the Indian state. The video message from Geneva declared, “While Bhagat Singh bombed the Parliament during the campaign for India’s independence, we are asking farmers to raise Khalistan flags for the independence of Punjab”.
The announcement of the reward came within 72 hours of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s declaration of repealing the 3 farm laws. Repealing farm laws was supposed to be a move that would allow poor farmers stuck in Khalistanis’ propagandized protest to return home and enjoy the winter harvesting season. However, it is now evident that the minority but powerful Khalistanis are hell-bent on their demand for secession.
Rally – A threat for the nation and a challenge for Amit Shah:
The proposed tractor rally poses another threat to national security and a big challenge to the union Home Minister Amit Shah. Within two and half years of his stint as the Home Minister, Shah has handed all sorts of internal violent strifes in a cool, composed, and politically correct manner.
- The fact that there was no Islamic extremist who came forward to attack any Hindu in the wake of Ram Janmbhoomi judgment, is a testament to how Amit Shah has handled the internal security of the country.
- The credit of silencing Islamists in the state like Tripura, Assam, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, and other areas of the country goes directly to Amit Shah’s constant guidance to the respective chief ministers and centrally appointed governors of the states.
- When Article 370 was removed from Kashmir valley, all eyes were on the maverick Home Minister to handle the possible insurgency in the region. He simply closed down all communication networks for terrorists who intended to harm the people of the valley.
- Within 30 months, Amit Shah has almost eliminated Naxalites from the major Naxal belt of the country.
Recently, there have been talks about India strengthening its internal security setup, to strive towards retaking the Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir in the region.
Since the 3 farm laws stand annulled, there is no possibility of real farmers being the part of the rally which is coming to Parliament on November 29. Honorable Home Minister should make sure that there is no compromise on the issue of national security.