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Pro-Khalistani plot to incite Sikhs and foil the Indian flag hoisting on Republic day exposed

The pro-Khalistani outfit, SFJ, in an open exhortation claimed that they would honour any Sikh who would foil the hoisting of the Indian Flag during the Republic Day celebrations

Days after Republic TV uncovered the pro-Khalistani front’s ‘Break India’ agenda and made few shocking revelations regarding its close nexus with Pakistan, China and the Maoists, CNN-News18 has now exposed how the pro-Khalistani outfit Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) is planning to target the Republic day celebrations.

The pro-Khalistani outfit SFJ, in an open exhortation, has claimed that they would honour any Sikh who would foil the hoisting of the Indian Flag during the Republic Day celebrations on January 26, 2019. This is a call to Sikhs all over the world to try and disrupt the Indian flag hoisting during Republic day celebrations.

by conducting a poll on Twitter ahead of India’s 70th Republic day, the organisation established that most of the Sikhs do not adhere to the Indian constitution and prefer Sikhism over the same.

With an intention to incite the Sikhs, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun of SFJ, through his statement issued from the New York headquarters through its legal advisor, reiterated that he will honour any Sikh who comes forward and foils the Indian flag hoisting during Republic day celebration.

The Sikhs for Justice, led by Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, had organised a gathering of Khalistani separatists at Trafalgar Square in London earlier this year, calling it the ‘Referendum 2020’, an anti-India campaign which the organisation tried to peddle across the globe.

In fact, several times in the past, the proximity of this radical outfit with our neighbour has been distinctly stripped. It was reported that the US-based pro-Khalistani organisation, Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), allegedly funded and aided by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), had written to Pakistan PM Imran Khan asking him to “politically support Referendum 2020 movement to liberate Punjab” so that Islamabad can avenge “1971 fall of Dhaka”.

The evil nexus between the two was further exposed when during the groundbreaking ceremony of the Kartarpur corridor, Pakistan’s Prime Minister was seen with Khalistani terrorist Gopal Chawla. In fact, the Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh had then alleged that the Kartarpur event was nothing but a conspiracy between Pakistan and Khalistan to peddle their anti-India agenda.

Recently SFJ further rooted its fixation with Pakistan after it reportedly honoured Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and their Army Chief General Bajwa for opening the Kartarpur Corridor.

The event, where the Khalistani organisation had gone on to praise the Pakistan Government and honour them, exposes the endearment Pakistan has for the Khalistani terrorists and vice versa.

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