Tricolour hoisted at Khalistani terrorist Pannu’s house by the people of Punjab

Chandigarh – Sikh for Justice terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu is trying to revive Khalistani separatism with the help of Pakistan’s ISI. He was inciting the Sikh youth to hoist the Khalistani flag, but the people of Punjab hoisted the Tricolour at Pannu’s house in Amritsar, Punjab, on the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence.

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu

Due to Pannu’s anti-national activities, the Indian Government banned his organisation Sikhs for Justice in 2019. Punnu is listed on India’s wanted terrorist list. A few days ago, Pannu circulated a video threatening Punjab CM and also announced a reward for hoisting the Khalistani flag. In a video released before Independence Day last year, Pannu had threatened not to allow Himachal Pradesh CM Jai Ram Thakur to hoist the Tricolour on 15th August. In the video, he said that after Punjab, they will take over Himachal Pradesh, as a part of Himachal was earlier in Punjab. He was registered in a treason case for it.

In May 2022, Pannu made provocative statements against the sentencing of Kashmir extremist leader Yasin Malik. Referring to Yasin Malik as a reputable leader, he had appealed to Muslims to boycott the Amarnath Yatra in protest against Malik’s sentence.

Who is Gurpatwant Singh Pannu ?

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu’s ancestral home is in Khankot village in Amritsar, Punjab. Pannu was born in this village. Later he went abroad. Pannu’s father Mahinder Singh came to Khankot from Pakistan at the time of the partition. Pannu settled abroad with his brother Mangwant Singh. Later he went to America. There he founded a separatist Khalistani organisation called Sikhs for Justice. Through this, he started the work of provoking the youth of India for Khalistan.

Editorial Viewpoint

If patriots show such courage against terrorists, no one will dare to challenge the unity of India.

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