One arrested for hoisting Khalistani flags at Himachal Assembly gate

Himachal Pradesh police have arrested an accused in the case of hoisting Khalistani flags at the gate of Himachal Pradesh Assembly (Dharamsala).

Himachal Pradesh police have arrested an accused in the case of hoisting Khalistani flags at the gate of Himachal Pradesh Assembly (Dharamsala). Confirming this, the Chief Minister Jairam Thakur said. That one of the two accused in the incident of hoisting Khalistani flags at the gate of Vidhan Sabha. And writing Khalistan on the wall has been arrested.

Khalistani flags hoisted in Shimla

Sikhs for Justice had on April 29 announced the hoisting of the Khalistani flag in Shimla. The SFJ carried out the incident on May 8 at the gate of the Vidhan Sabha in Dharamsala. Thakur said that no one took Gurpatwant Singh Pannu’s statement seriously.

Assembly elections are scheduled for the end of this year in Himachal Pradesh. Earlier, in view of the rising number of Khalistani incidents. The Himachal Police had issued an alert and asked to remain vigilant. On the other hand, Himachal Police has registered an FIR against Pannu in connection with flag hoisting in the Assembly.

Meanwhile, Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, head of the banned Khalistani organization Sikhs for Justice (SFJ). Has released a new video announcing the June 6 vote for the Khalistani referendum.

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu released a new video

Sikhs for Justice chief and terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu has released a new video. Also, in it, he called for a vote on June 6 to demand Khalistan. Sikhs for Justice has announced a ‘referendum propelled granade’.

On July 1, 2020, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun was declared as an “individual terrorist”. Lest, under the UAPA for promoting secessionism and allegedly encouraging Punjabi Sikh youth to take up arms.

Pannu operates at the behest of Pakistan’s ISI. Earlier, Sikhs for Justice had also launched a campaign for a separate Khalistan state, which was a complete flop. Pannu also claimed responsibility for the grenade attack in Mohali.

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