Khalistani outfit has threatened Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma over his government's actions against Khalistani...
Digital Desk: As the search for Khalistani separatist Amritpal Singh continues, the shocking news comes out as terrorist Gurpatwan Singh Pannu of Sikh for Justice (SFJ) has threatened Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma.
Following reports, Gurpatwan Singh Pannu, the self-styled 'General Counsel' of the separatist group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), threatened Sarma in a statement issued to Assam-based journalists.
it is to be mentioned that there was a threat call directed to Assam journalists.
Pannu threatened the chief minister, saying, "Pro-Khalistan activists in Assam have been tortured. Pay close attention, CM Sarma; the conflict is between Pro-Khalistan Sikhs and the Indian regime."
"Sarma, do not succumb to this violence," the SJF General Counsel warned in the warning call.
"By a peaceful democratic process of Khalistan referendum, we hope to liberate Punjab from Indian occupation. If your administration tortures and harasses the six (Amritpal aides) detained at the Dibrugarh Central Prison, you will face consequences "Pannu went on to say.
Amritpal Singh and his outfit 'Waris Punjab De' were detained on March 18, weeks after he and his supporters attacked the Ajnala police station near Amritsar to demand the release of an arrested person.
According to authorities, Amritpal Singh escaped the operation in Jalandhar by changing his appearance many times and escaping in different vehicles.
A number of his accomplices have been arrested or detained by Punjab Police in connection with criminal cases involving promoting discord, attempting to murder and attack police officers, and obstructing the proper fulfilment of public officials' duties. They have enforced the severe National Security Act on some of them.
Last Wednesday, the fugitive separatist leader created a video in which he urged Sikhs around the world to band together for a "greater cause."
According to reports citing sources, the video was shot in Uttar Pradesh.
As per the reports, Amritpal may surrender on Baisakhi eve at the Akal Takht in Amritsar, the Takht Damdama Sahib in Bathinda, or the Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib in Anandpur Sahib in Punjab's Rupnagar district.