New Delhi: As 1000’s of farmers from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh are rallying at Delhi’s three interstate border factors, banned secessionist group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) is making an attempt to fish in troubled waters by asserting $1 million help for farmers who suffered accidents or injury to their automobiles whereas going through police motion in Haryana.
The data has despatched safety businesses right into a tizzy, with many deployed on protest spots in plainclothes to maintain a detailed tab on SFJ supporters who could mingle with protesters as a part of their “ill-intention” to lure harmless farmers and take undue benefit of the state of affairs within the title of serving to them.
In its current announcement by way of a social media platform, the SFJ mentioned it’s going to present $1 million help to farmers from “Punjab and Haryana who have suffered bodily injuries or damage to their vehicles while facing police action during their hard-fought journey to Delhi”.
The SFJ’s message mentions its plan for opening a 24-hour name centre on November 30 within the US, Canada, the UK, France and Germany to just accept on-line functions from farmers of Punjab and Haryana to reimburse for his or her losses and likewise to register votes for its “Khalistan Referendum”.
“SFJ is kick-starting the Khalistan Referendum voting from London on August 15, 2021 for the independence of Punjab,” mentions the message circulated by SFJ’s US-based Basic Counsel and group’s key chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun — designated a terrorist by the Indian authorities.
Assuring farmers of Punjab and Haryana that the SFJ will bear all of the losses they’ve suffered, Pannun said that “once Punjab is liberated from Indian occupation, the loans of the farmers will be waived and free power supply granted”.
The group has additionally threatened to take up the matter on the worldwide stage if the Indian authorities didn’t repeal its three contentious farm legal guidelines enacted in September.
“If the Modi government does not scrap the farm bills, as demanded by the farmers, SFJ will initiate legal action against India at the international level with the backing of various kisan organisations,” Pannun mentioned within the message.
Safety institution, together with anti-terror businesses, have since intensified efforts in opposition to the group banned by the MHA by way of a notification dated July 10 final yr underneath the Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act (UAPA) following its “anti-India activities” to disrupt regulation and order within the nation.
Nevertheless, the safety officers maintained, no suspicious exercise of the group has been seen within the nationwide capital or within the interstate border areas to this point, at the same time as central businesses are preserving a strict vigil to keep away from any untoward exercise.
It’s the third such message circulated by the SFJ prior to now one week. The SFJ earlier this week had known as upon farmers of Punjab and Haryana to boost Khalistan flag on the India Gate right here on the 12th anniversary of a terrorist assault in Mumbai on November 26, following which the nationwide capital was placed on excessive alert.
The SFJ had introduced anti-India marketing campaign, ‘Referendum-2020’, in November this yr to hunt secession of Punjab from India.
The transfer adopted inputs that the Sikh group throughout India has rejected the Inter-Providers Intelligence (ISI) sponsored propaganda of ‘Referendum-2020’. Pakistani intelligence company ISI has been backing the malicious marketing campaign launched by the SFJ as numerous Pakistani Twitter handles have began tweeting in favour of the so-called ‘Referendum’.
Dubbing Sikhs in Kashmir as “freedom fighters and Sikh soldiers”, the US-based Khalistani radical outfit has urged them to assist its most notorious agenda, ‘Referendum-2020’.
The group is already on the radar of the Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA), which has been taking motion in opposition to its key leaders similar to Pannun and plenty of others. At first of September, primarily based on NIA’s inputs, the MHA had issued an order to connect the properties of Pannun and SFJ’s Canada coordinator Hardeep Singh Nijjar.