Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun threatens to kill Prime Minister Modi

  • Incites youth and farmers in Punjab
  • Announces prize worth Rs 83 lakhs
Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu (left)

Amritsar (Punjab) – Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, Head of the Khalistani terrorist organisation ‘Sikhs for Justice’, has threatened to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi. For this, he has incited the people of Punjab. He has also announced a reward worth USD 100,000 (Rs 83 lakh) to whoever kills Modi.

Pannun has broadcasted a video, wherein he says, ‘Narendra Modi, the killer of youth and farmers of Punjab, is coming to Punjab. Remember, on 21stMay 1991, Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by a bomb blast. PM Modi will have to answer in Punjab itself. All roads and airport routes should be blocked by bulldozers and tractors. Modi will not be allowed to speak here. This is Punjab. Narendra Modi will have to hear those who want independence from India. Enemy is coming to the house, answer will given in the house.’

(Courtesy: Hindustan Times) 

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Editorial Perspective

Pannun, a citizen of the US and Canada, dares to publicly threaten the Prime Minister of India while sitting in those countries, and these two countries do not take any action against him. On the other hand, the US was quick to arrest Indian citizens for allegedly plotting to kill Pannun. This shows US’ double standards. Hence, the US can never be India’s friend.