Big action against Khalistani terrorist Pannu, NIA registered a case, threatened Air India passengers
While there is a dispute going on between Canada and India after the murder of Khalistan supporter Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who was declared a terrorist by the Indian government, in Britain, NIA for Justice (SFJ) is investigating the Khalistan organization Sikh in Britain in the case of threatening Air India passengers. )’s founder Gurpatwant Singh Pannu has taken major action and registered a case. A case has been registered against Pannu, a terrorist identified by NIA, under various sections.
Pannu has released a video threatening the passengers of Air India
In fact, recently a video of Gurpatwant Singh Pannu had surfaced, in which he had threatened the passengers on an Air India flight on November 19, while the NIA had issued a statement on this matter saying that Pannu had threatened the passengers in a video on November 4. Had gone viral. , In the video, he asked Shikho not to travel on Air India flights from November 19 onwards as their lives would be in danger. NIA further said that Pannu is creating a wrong atmosphere to increase terrorist incidents in India. Pannu is constantly trying to incite hatred between the Sikh community and other religious groups.
What did the Indian government say about Pannu?
Recently, after the 2+2 ministerial discussion between India and America, Foreign Secretary Vin Quatra, referring to Canada, said, ‘Our main concern is security, you must have seen the video of Gurpatwant Singh Pannu recently, this is a serious security issue. Concerns are increasing. We have made our position clear. We think they understand that. Let us tell you that India is continuously demanding the Canadian government to take action against Pannu and other Khalistanis.
Canada accused India
It is noteworthy that Nijjar was murdered in Vancouver. India has been held responsible for this murder. Canadian PM Justin Trudeau alleged that Indian intelligence agency officials killed Nijjar. In this case, Trudeau asked India to cooperate in the investigation and since then the dispute between Canada and India increased.
How did the dispute increase between India and Canada?
Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar (45) was shot dead by two unidentified men outside a Gurudwara in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada on June 18. India declared Nijjars living in Canada as terrorists under the Unlawful Movements Act (UAPA) in July 2020. After the murder of Nijjar, PM Trudeau claimed in the Canadian Parliament that Indian agents were involved in the murder of this terrorist. He said in the Parliament there that we have found evidence that India has a hand in the killing of Nijjars. After which India asked for evidence from Canada but did not get anything. After Trudeau’s statement the dispute between India and Canada increased.