In a startling revelation, a recent intelligence report has shed light on the nefarious objectives pursued by Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun. The report, released on Monday, exposes Pannun’s agenda, which includes a disturbing plan to divide India along religious lines, creating multiple separate nations.
Security agencies have compiled a comprehensive dossier outlining Pannun’s actions and his purported schemes to partition India along religious lines. According to the dossier, a total of 16 cases have been filed against Pannun in various states across India, underscoring the gravity of his anti-national activities. These cases span locations such as Delhi, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, and Uttarakhand.
It is noteworthy that Pannun is currently believed to be residing in the United States, posing a significant challenge for Indian authorities.
The intelligence report paints a concerning picture of Pannu’s ambitions, suggesting that he intends to disintegrate India into multiple nations based on religious divisions. One of the entities he envisions is a Muslim state, which he has referred to as the “Democratic Republic of Urdustan.”
Furthermore, Pannun is actively involved in efforts to radicalize the population of Kashmir, with the ultimate goal of detaching the region from India. He has even issued threats to raise the Khalistani flag at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport in Delhi, raising concerns about potential security threats.
Pannun has been a prime target of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) since 2019, with accusations of playing a significant role in promoting and orchestrating terrorist acts to instill fear not only in Punjab but also across the entire nation. Investigations have uncovered that Pannun-led Sikhs For Justice has been misusing cyberspace to radicalize vulnerable youth, urging them to engage in terrorist activities and fight for an independent Khalistan.
In 2019, the Indian government banned Sikhs For Justice for its extremist activities.
In a significant development, in July 2022, the Union Home Ministry officially designated Pannun as a terrorist. However, despite India’s efforts, Interpol has twice declined the Indian government’s request to issue a Red Corner Notice against him, citing insufficient information. This has raised questions about international cooperation in apprehending individuals involved in terrorism and separatist activities.