Khalistani twitter A/C ban: Our country has always faced multifaceted threats to its sovereignty. Be it military attacks or armed insurgencies, terrorism, or foreign-sponsored conspiracies. But it is with determination and firm patriotism that the country has emerged stronger from every situation. While the attacks and conspiracies from inside can be easily tackled, there is a strong need to dismantle the international nexus that is constantly trying to destabilize India in some way or another.
How Jagmeet started the trend
Being a Khalistani terrorist sympathizer, Jagmit Singh was the first person to slander on Twitter. When the hunt for ISI agent Amritpal Singh started, the whole nexus got activated. It started to issue statements and post tweets in favor of Khalistani terrorists. Suffering with selective amnesia, Canadian tiktoker Jaggu forgot his nation’s act of trampling the trucker protest. He questioned Indian authorities’ action against Amritpal Singh and other Khalistani elements.
After Jagmeet’s raw draft, in no time the whole anti-India toolkit gang started peddling copied content. These lazy morons couldn’t even rephrase or come up with their own falsehoods on the same tune.
Have these toolkitiyas reached out to Rihanna yet? pic.twitter.com/uzvyhnX0MW
— Shiv Aroor (@ShivAroor) March 20, 2023
The infamous creature Mo Dhaliwal led the toolkit gang last time. This time, he has issued a public pleading to Miss Rihana as Punjab needs her.
Hey @rihanna, Punjab needs you.
Civil liberties suspended. Human rights violated. Communication blocked.https://t.co/4pbBwIFU9r
— Mo Dhaliwal (@modhaliwal) March 21, 2023
The only aim of these parasites was to fill resentment in the people of Punjab and entertain themselves at the cost of India’s devastation.
After almost after one year of the arrival of so-called Bhindranwale 2.0 in India, the Khalistani poison again started to spread in the air of Punjab. The ISI and Khalistani terrorists groomed Amritpal to use Bhindranwale’s aura to muster sympathy. They aimed to gain support from the people of Punjab so that when Amritpal carried out terrorist activities, Punjab would turn towards violence in support of Amritpal. This would portray India as the oppressor of free speech.
So, it is not that they want Khalistan to be a reality. Instead, it is a smear campaign to malign India’s image and erode its increasing global clout. They badly want to tarnish India’s image as the biggest democracy in the world that is the witnessing fast development and financial growth.
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Traitor Amritpal is just a pawn in the big game
Actually, they know that it is not possible to carve Khalistan out of India. Since those who demand Khalistan are outnumbered and there is a majority of the Punjab population that wants peace and stability, And so it must be noted that fugitive Amritpal is just a pawn in the bigger plot of a malicious game against India.
The main players of the game are the cowards like Jagmeet Singh, Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, and Rupi Kaur, among others. They sit in their air-conditioned offices and homes and act as handlers for the terrorists transported to India. These hate mongers and cheerleaders of terrorism and extremism don’t even condemn acts of terrorism, so how can anyone expect that they will stand with the Indian right to maintain law and order?
They just went on to do what Amritpal was doing from within India. Talking about the conditions of people in Punjab, they tried to garner the sympathy of Sikhs without giving a damn about their security or the long-term peace of the state.
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Tanmanjeet is just another toolkit member
After Jagmeet Singh, the Labour Party MP of the UK, Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, started to showcase his loathing for India. He tweeted, “Very worrying reports are coming from India about the imposition of an internet blackout in the Punjab state, with mass arrests and restrictions on gatherings. Praying that the tense situation is soon resolved and that human rights for all are respected.”
It is noteworthy that there is not even a bit of difference between his statement and what Jagmeet Singh said. It is enough to show that they are just members of the same cabal. Actually, it seems to be the ideology of the Labour Party. David Lammy, the shadow foreign secretary from the Labour Party, too showed concern for the people of Punjab but forgot to speak a word against terrorists.
Government takes charge
Their flagrant attitude soon came under the radar of Indian authorities, and they withheld the Twitter accounts of all these hate mongers.
In a series of terrorist acts, the Indian Consulate was also attacked after the Indian High Commission in London. According to media reports, between March 15 and March 19, there were 2559 new Twitter accounts opened, with the majority based in Canada, the United States of America, Britain, and Punjab. On March 17, only, 820 Twitter accounts were opened to support fugitive Amritpal Singh.
However, the steps taken by the government of India on the suspension of Twitter accounts are welcome, but they are not enough to deal with this vicious agenda. India needs to engage with governments around the world and send a clear message that they should not forget the line while speaking.
Sitting outside India and giving detesting statements to instigate chaos needs to be stopped immediately. And if this does not happen and those terrorist sympathizers cross the red line, they will have to face the consequences.
They must understand that if they engage in detesting speech, they should be prepared for the harsh consequences that will undoubtedly follow. Their hateful words will not be forgotten easily, and so they will likely end up in oblivion. It’s time for them to stop using words to spread hate and start using them to promote understanding and unity.
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