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After Ghazwa-e-Hind, Google Play Store gives space to Khalistani terrorists to list “2020 Sikh Referendum” app

Google had to take Ghazwa-e-Hind app down after various social media users outraged and questioned them of giving a platform to an ideology of terrorism, violence and radicalisation

After pushing making Islamic literature on Ghazwa-e-Hind available on its play store, the tech-giant Google has now allowed space for a pro-Khalistan terror organisation to push its propaganda on the internet.

The Google play – the official app store for Android apps from Google – has now listed an application named “2020 Sikh referendum”, which is a Sikh extremist movement sponsored by the terror state of Pakistan to destabilise India through its extremist activities in the Indian state of Punjab.

Google play app promoting Khalistani propaganda “Sikh referendum 2020”

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Shockingly, the tech giant has now joined hands with these terror groups by giving them a platform to spread their anti-India agenda. The Google store, an official application store for the Android operating system, allowing users to browse and download applications developed with the Android software development kit and published through Google.

The store has now made the app ‘2020 Sikh Referendum’ available on its app store and has received more than 500 downloads for this app so far. Social media users are irked following this development, who are now demanding that it must be taken off the google platform with immediate effect. The app is published by a developer named Icetech, which has published another app named Voice of Punjab on the Play store. This app is also spreading hatred and promoting the Khalistan movement.

What is the Sikh Referendum – 2020?

Sikh Referendum-2020 is a separatist movement being planned by US-based radical group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) in support of a separate state of Khalistan. The pro-Khalistani movement is supported and funded by the terrorist state of Pakistan in a hope that this movement will create instability in Punjab in India, which shares a border with Pakistan.

The referendum asks Sikhs living across the world to build a consensus in favour of Khalistan and sign a declaration for the formation of a sovereign and independent country in “India-occupied Punjab” on the basis that Sikhs are the indigenous people of Punjab and have a historical homeland, are a separate religion and have the right to self-determination.

Pakistan’s spy agency ISI is reportedly instigating the Sikhs based out of Europe and America against India after failing to penetrate their agenda in Punjab. The Pakistan spy agency has been attempting to exploit the unsuspecting Sikhs to push its agenda and achieve its nefarious designs against India.

However, in a big blow to Pakistan sponsored Khalistani movement, the government of India has banned Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) for its separatist agenda. The government banned this organisation under the UAPA (Unlawful Activities Prevention Act).

This is not the first time that Google is indulging in such open anti-Hindu and anti-India propaganda. Just two days before, radical Islamic literature on ‘Ghazwa-e-Hind’ was shockingly made available on the Google play store. Google had to take it down after various social media users outraged and questioned them of giving a platform to an ideology of terrorism, violence and radicalisation.

The term ‘Ghazwa-e-Hind’ or a holy raid of India has been used by the Pakistani terrorists against India for decades. The concept of Ghazwa-e-hind roots from several works of Islamic literature named Hadiths. The doctrine predicts onslaught upon citizens of India by Islamist forces and its take over by them. The doctrines are widely used by radical organisations to indoctrinate Muslim youth into terrorism by asserting that conquering the lands of ‘non-believers’ is their holy duty.

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