Delhi: Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, residing in Canada and heading the Sikh for Justice (SFJ) organization, has once again sparked concerns about the law and order situation in Delhi. Anti-India slogans in support of Khalistan were found graffitied on the walls of a flyover in Delhi’s ISBT area and at various other locations. Pannu escalated the situation by releasing a video in which he threatened a terrorist attack within India.
The North Delhi Police promptly registered a First Information Report (FIR) and initiated an investigation into the incident involving pro-Khalistan slogans near Kashmiri Gate. On Wednesday, September 27, authorities received information about the slogans supporting Khalistan, which were discovered on the walls beneath the Kashmiri Gate flyover that links North Delhi to North East Delhi, as well as at other locations. Law enforcement acted swiftly to remove and paint over these inflammatory slogans.
“Security alert: Khalistani terrorist issue disturbing video threat to Indian parliament after Delhi graffiti incident” .
Pannu, the Khalistani terrorist based in Canada, went further by sharing a viral video about the graffiti in Delhi. In this video, he issued a threat, indicating that the Indian Parliament was a potential target, and mentioned a forthcoming event in Ahmedabad.
A senior police officer from North Delhi revealed that anti-India slogans had been spray-painted on a flyover connecting North East Delhi to North Delhi. An FIR was registered, and a comprehensive investigation has been launched to identify and apprehend the individuals responsible. The authorities expressed their determination to hold the culprits accountable.
In his latest video release, Pannu also made reference to Khalistani terrorist Nijjar, who was recently killed in Canada. The circumstances surrounding Nijjar’s murder have generated significant controversy and international attention, prompting calls for an impartial investigation from countries like the United States.
It’s worth noting that this isn’t the first time Pannu has engaged in such activities. Previously, he defaced metro station walls in Delhi with anti-India slogans on August 15 and shortly before the G-20 summit. In both cases, the Special Cell of the Delhi Police intervened and successfully apprehended the perpetrators. Pannu’s reemergence with similar actions has raised concerns about a pattern of behavior.
In response to these activities, the Indian government has intensified its efforts to crack down on Khalistani terrorists. Plans are in motion to seize the assets of several Khalistani terrorists once actions are taken against them. Internationally, India has initiated a campaign to address the threat posed by Khalistani terrorists, seeking support from the global community to counter this menace.