Taran Kaur Dhillon, popularly known as Hard Kaur, has landed herself in a new controversy. Kaur has taken to social media to extend her support to Khalistan. Khalistan is a movement which calls for a separate country carved out from India for Sikhs.
In a post from four days back, Hard Kaur can be seen wearing a t-shirt which speaks of Referendum 2020. The caption reads that she is saluting ‘The Hero Sant Shaheed Bhindranwale”
In another post, Kaur is again wearing the same t-shirt, she is again seen rooting for Khalistan. Kaur is also seen abusing Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh while urging the Sikhs to vote for Khalistan. She has also shared songs sung by Sikh singer Tarsem Singh Moranwali in praises of Bhindranwale.
In an Instagram post from last week, Kaur is seen supporting the TikTok ‘celebrities’ who were found propagating hatred and revenge over Tabrez Ansari’s death. Following social media outrage, the Mumbai Police had booked the offenders.
Not the first time
Recently, Kaur had come under fire for going mental on social media and blaming the RSS for Pulwama attack as well as 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, both of which were actually carried out by terror organisations supported by Pakistan. In her obnoxious posts, she was spouting Pakistani propaganda. She showered choicest of hate over RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Apart from Bhagwat and Yogi, Kaur has also spread malicious lies about the origin of the word Hindu and hurt a lot of Hindu sentiments.
Eventually, an FIR was lodged against her over her abuses. The FIR was lodged under IPC sections 124A – attempt to excite disaffection or hatred, 153A – promoting enmity between different groups on ground of religion, 500 – defamation and 505 – intent to incite and section 66 of IT Act – sending offensive messages.
Sikhs For Justice
Sikhs for Justice is a UK based separatist group that is allegedly supported by the ISI, the Pakistani intelligence agency. Early this month, India has finally banned the pro-Khalistan outfit for its separatist agenda. The SFJ has been pushing for the Sikh Referendum in 2020.