Terrorist organization SFJ engaged in instigating Muslims, Pannu said – break India and make it Udistan, we will help

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Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, the head of the banned terrorist organization Sikh for Justice (SFJ), has once again tried to create unrest in India. This time he has tried to incite the sentiments of Indian Muslims on the pretext of hijab controversy by releasing a video. He incited the Muslims to make a separate country Urdistan and said that you go ahead, we will give money.

Terrorist Pannu told the Muslims of the country that we are fighting for Khalistan. You stand up for Urdistan. Together we will fight against India. BJP wants to make India a Hindu Rashtra. Muslims should start hijab campaign. The terrorist said that hijab is being banned in Narendra Modi’s India. There are 200 million Muslims living in India. Today it is Hijab, tomorrow it will be Azan, Namaz and Quran. Modi’s India wants to become a Hindu Rashtra. Pannu advised the Muslims to start a campaign for a referendum on the hijab and create a new country by the name of Urdistan. He will help Muslims in the hijab referendum campaign. Pannu also told a website for this and through it asked the Muslim youth of India to start a campaign.

What is Sikh for Justice?

Sikhs for Justice is a Khalistani terrorist organization, headquartered in the US. In 2019, the Government of India has declared this organization as a terrorist organization. The members of this organization are on the radar of the Indian Investigation Agency. The leader of this organization, Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, has been in controversy for threatening leaders in India and making many provocative statements. Apart from this, he has given provocative and anti-national statements even during the lapse of security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Punjab and hearing in the Supreme Court.

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