The chief of pro-Khalistan Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, has warned that the Chief Ministers of Delhi and Punjab will face a “political death” if his associates weren’t launched by subsequent month.
Pannun’s risk comes hours after the arrest of Jagdish Singh, Manjeet Singh and Davinder Singh, all residents of Rajpura, by the State Special Operation Cell of Punjab Police on Friday.
In a video message shared on Saturday, Pannun claimed that the three youths labored straight with the SFJ for Khalistan Referendum voter registration that is because of begin on January 26.
He warned that Delhi and Punjab Chief Ministers Arvind Kejriwal and Bhagwant Mann, respectively, will face the wrath of Sikhs who helped their Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to win in Punjab.
“Kejriwal-Mann duo will face ‘political death’ if the three pro-Khalistan Sikhs are not released by February 15… they will face the wrath of Sikhs who helped AAP to win Punjab, ” SFJ’s authorized counsel Pannun mentioned, talking in Punjabi.
He claimed that the 2 AAP leaders collected donations to the tune of $6 million from Khalistan supporters within the US and Canada with an understanding that they won’t intervene of their actions in Punjab.
He additional accused Kejriwal of coercing Mann to comply with the trail of Beant Singh, Chief Minister of Punjab from 1992 to 1995, who was assassinated by Khalistan separatist group, Babbar Khalsa International on August 31, 1995.
“Kejriwal-Mann duo must not forget August 31, 1995, the consequence they will face for “torturing” pro-Khalistan Sikhs, ” Pannun, declared a chosen terrorist in 2020 by India, mentioned.
Threatening to assassinate Mann once more, he mentioned that “hands that hold the Khalistan flag will not shy away from holding rocket launchers”.
Reacting to a January 16 video through which Pannun urged gangsters to unite for an assault on Mann and Director General of Police Gaurav Yadav, the Punjab Chief Minister mentioned he does not take these threats critically.
Meanwhile, the three arrested males advised police that Pannun had requested them to lift the Khalistan flag and spray paint partitions with pro-Khalistan graffitti forward of Republic Day.
Pannun mentioned that his three associates haven’t been given any arms, solely the Khalistan referendum flag.
Pannun, needed in almost two dozen instances, together with a few of terrorism and sedition in India, lately referred to as for shutdown of airports from Amritsar to Ayodhya forward of the January 22 Ram temple Pran Pratishtha ceremony.
In addition, he exhorted Muslims within the nation to “oppose” the ceremony, and urged them to carve out ‘Urduistan’ from India.