Topic: khalistani terrorists

Giving in to the pressure from the Sikh community in Canada, the Canadian government removed the reference to the Sikh religion from terror threat
Pakistan has included LeT chief Hafiz Saeed's close aide and pro-Khalistani elements Gopal Singh Chawla and Bishen Singh in the 10 member Kartarpur committee
Several times in the past, the proximity of this radical outfit with our neighbour has been distinctly stripped
Pakistan-ISI had given Rs 10 million to Shabnadeep Singh to set up a new terror outfit in Punjab
Pakistan was conspiring with the Khalistan and using Kartarpur to peddle its anti-India agenda
The Punjab of today is far better equipped to deal with any adverse situation than the Punjab of 1978, said CM Amarinder Singh.
This is the first time under the Trudeau government that the Khalistani extremism has been considered as a matter of 'concern'.
Pakistan General Bajwa had revealed the Kartarpur corridor news to Navjot Singh Sidhu even before Imran Khan was sworn in as their PM, Punjab CM Singh indicated “a bigger conspiracy" hatched by the Pak Army.
Trudeau's visit to India was marred with numerous controversies.
Congress party, who otherwise leaves no opportunity to take a jibe at others has been tongue-tied during this entire episode
Harsimrat Badal's dig at Congress leader Sidhu comes after Imran Khan showered praises on him saying that Sidhu will win even if he contests an election in Pakistan.
This act by the senior Congress leader Sidhu comes after a day that terrorist Chawla was spotted alongside Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa at the inauguration of the Kartarpur Corridor. 
He further stated that the central and state governments are aware of it and they are taking all steps necessary.
Apart from naming Babbar Khalsa, the document also lists Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT)
Gurcharan Singh, also alleged that the Dal Khalsa had backed the Aam Aadmi Party in the Punjab Assembly Elections 2017
Earlier this month, the government had blocked the Facebook and Twitter accounts of Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the legal advisor of separatist group Sikhs For Justice
The two accused have served life terms in Pakistan for the hijack in 1981 and were deported to India after their release.
 The Parliament House had been attacked once earlier, by Kashmiri separatists, in 2001

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