India's anti-terror agency has intensifies crackdown against Khalistani separatists living in Canada, US,UK, Dubai, other countries. A list of 19 fugitives made whose properties are likely to be confiscated.
New Delhi: India’s anti-terror agency has intensifies crackdown against Khalistani separatists living in Canada, US,UK, Dubai, other countries. A list of 19 fugitives made whose properties are likely to be confiscated. This comes a day after major action against Khalistani terrorist and chief of banned separatist organization Sikhs for Justice, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun. Action will be taken under the strict anti-terrorism law UAPA. These terrorists are accused of running anti-India propaganda from abroad.
According to agency sources, the list includes Paramjit Singh Pamma hiding in UK, Wadhwa Singh Babbar alia Chacha in Pakistan, Kulwant Singh Muthra in UK, Jay Dhaliwal in US, Sukhpal Singh in UK, Harpreet Singh alia Rana Singh in US, Sarabjeet Singh Bennur in UK, Kulwant Singh alias Kanta in UK, Harjap Singh alias Jappy Singh in California, US, Ranjit Singh Neeta in Lahore, Pakistan, Gurmeet Singh alias Bagga alias Baba, Gurpreet Singh alias Baaghi in UK, Jasmeet Singh Hakimzada in Dubai, Gurjant Singh Dhillon in Australia, Lakhbir Singh Rode in Europe and Canada, Amardeep Singh Poorewal in California, US, Jatinder Singh Grewal in Canada, Dupinder Jeet in UK, S Himmat Singh in New York, US.
Yesterday, on Saturday, the NIA has seized Pannun’s house in Punjab’s Chandigarh and confiscated land owned by him in Amritsar. Pannun, who faces 22 criminal cases in Punjab, including three of sedition, had recently threatened Indo-Canadian Hindus to leave the country and return to India.
Diplomat tensions between India-Canada soars after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday there were “credible allegations” of Indian government agents being involved in the June killing of a Sikh separatist leader who campaigned for the creation of an independent Sikh homeland called “Khalistan” in Canada.
These terrorists advocate creating a separate religion-based state by separating Punjab and several neighboring areas of India, which should be known as ‘Khalistan’. Sikhs for Justice has also organized “Punjab Independence Referendum” in Canada and Australia. The Indian government has described the so-called referendum as ‘unfortunate’ and has asked the Canadian government to take action against it.