Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Pannun threatens to blow up Air India flights, asks people not to travel on Nov 19

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A new video of Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu has surfaced, in which he has threatened people planning to travel by Air India on November 19. Pannu said that if people did so, their lives would be in danger. The Khalistani terrorist said this is the same day on which the final match of the Cricket World Cup will be held.

While sharing the video on social media, Pannu said that we are asking Sikh people not to travel by Air India flight on November 19. This will be a global shutdown. He said that do not travel by Air India on November 19, otherwise your life will be in danger. He further claimed that Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport will remain closed on November 19 and its name will be changed.

Pannu, head of the banned US-based Sikh for Justice organisation, had on October 10 threatened Prime Minister Narendra Modi to learn from the Israel-Palestine war to avoid a similar reaction in India. He had said in the previous video that the people of illegal occupation from Punjab to Palestine would have a strong reaction to this, which would lead to violence. The Khalistani terrorist had said that his organization SFJ believes in ‘ballot and vote’ and claimed that “the liberation of Punjab is certain.” Pointing towards the camera, Pannu says in the video, “India, the choice is yours. ballot or bullet.”

Pannu, the head of the Sikh for Justice organization, is a wanted terrorist of India. There are 16 cases registered against him across the country. These cases have been registered against him regarding Khalistani movement in Delhi, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Uttarakhand. A case has been registered against him under UAPA in Sirhind, Punjab. While 4 cases are registered under UAPA in Amritsar, 4 cases under UAPA in Delhi, case under UAPA in Gurugram, case under UAPA by NIA, case under UAPA in Dharamshala.

He has been considered an accused in a total of 9 cases under UAPA i.e. Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

Who is terrorist Pannu?

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu was born in Punjab. He is currently abroad. Sometimes he lives in Canada and sometimes in America. He keeps threatening to carry out terrorist attacks in India from abroad. He also threatened Hindus settled in Canada. Pannu was born on 14 February 1967. Pannu’s father worked in a company in Punjab. He also has a brother, who lives abroad. His parents are dead. Pannu has studied law from Punjab University, Chandigarh. He is currently practising law in America. Pannu had formed the organization ‘Sikh for Justice’ in 2007. In July 2020, India had declared Pannu a terrorist. Pannu is running the Khalistan campaign with the help of ISI.

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