After Sikhs for Justice (SFJ’s) counsel Gurpatwant Singh Pannun shared a threatening video regarding Air India flight, the Indian Government asked the Canadian counterpart and sought security for the airline. Notably, two days back, Pannun shared a video asking Sikhs not to fly by Air India, on November 19, as Pannun called for a ‘Global blockade’ of the airline from Vancouver to London. The flight is expected to be terminated.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has confiscated the properties owned by Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, head of the banned Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) outfit, in Chandigarh and Amritsar under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.A property confiscation notice pasted outside Pannun's residence at sector 15 in Chandigarh reads, “1/4th share of house no. #2033 Sector 15-C, Chandigarh, owned by Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, a 'proclaimed offender' in… read-more
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The High-Level Indian intelligence reported to the media that pro-Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu reportedly died in the United States. However, USA officials are yet to confirm the death, the report is making rounds on social media platforms. The death reportedly took place on Highway No. 101 which stretches from Los Angeles, California to Tumwater, Washington. The precise location is unknown yet. He is the third to die… read-more
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Canada-based Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar, was shot dead outside a gurdwara in the north American country on June 19. Notably, Nijjar is one of the most-wanted terrorists in India who carried a cash reward of Rs. 10 lakh on his head, confirmed official. A native of Punjab, Nijjar was found dead inside a car with bullet wounds in the parking-lot of Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara Sahib.
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After days, Sikh preacher and Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh has been spotted in CCTV footage in Delhi, confirmed sources. Amritpal Singh is seen without his turban in the footage, in an apparent attempt at disguise to evade the police, who is searching for Khalistani leader. He wore sunglasses and a denim jacket. India's Himalayan neighbour Nepal has already put Amritpal Singh on its surveillance list.
The chase for Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh is still underway. The Uttarakhand Police, Punjab Police and now the Delhi Police also searching for Singh. Notably, Amritpal Singh escaped the Punjab Police and left the State, and entered the national capital. As per sources, Singh is currently in Delhi and is disguised as a "Sadhu". After receiving intelligence input, the search operation has been intensified in Delhi.
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The Punjab Police continued their hunt to nab Amritpal Singh, a leader of Khalistani group, for the sixth day, March 23. Notably, the Haryana and the Punjab Government is putting pressure on the state police, which failed to arrest Singh, who allegedly escaped the police. As per circulated videos and media houses, Amritpal Singh has escaped the police by changing six vehicles, including bike, car, SUV and other vehicles.
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The search for wanted Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh entered the fifth day, on March 22. The Punjab Police, a team of 80,000 cops, are after Singh, who allegedly escaped the police. Furthermore, the Uttarakhand Police on Tuesday conducted a combing operation at gurdwaras, hotels and in areas on the Indo-Nepal border in Udham Singh Nagar district to nab Singh. Meanwhile, the Haryana and Punjab HC is monitoring the police.
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In breaking news, the wanted absconding Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh was seen crossing Punjab Toll Plaza, in an SUV. The visuals are going viral on the social media platform, and is a major concern, as the hunt of Amritpal is underway since March 18. Meanwhile, the Punjab and Haryana HC slammed the police, a team o 80,000 cops, for failing to nab Amritpal and asked to submit reports.