Gurpatwant Singh Pannu Sparks Controversy: Khalistan Supporter Threatens Indian-Canadian Hindus In Canada

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu sparks controversy: Khalistan supporter threatens Indian-Canadian Hindus in Canada.

Khalistan supporter Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, leader of Sikh for Justice (SFJ), stirs controversy by threatening Indian-Canadian Hindus to leave Canada in a new video.

Explore the details of this provocative incident and its implications. Khalistan supporter Pannu again spews venom against India and threatens Hindus in Canada to leave the country.

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, leader of the pro-Khalistan and fundamentalist organization Sikh for Justice (SFJ) has now spewed venom against India.

Pannu has threatened Indian-Canadian Hindus and asked them to leave the country.

This hateful video of Pannu, the legal advisor of SFJ, a banned terrorist organization in India, surfaced on Wednesday.

In this 45-second video clip, Pannu said, “Indo-Canadian Hindus, you have rejected your allegiance to Canada and the Canadian Constitution.

Your destination is India. Fly to India from Canada. Pro-Khalistan Sikhs, according to the leader of the separatist group, have always had loyalty to Canada.

He has always taken Canada’s side and followed its laws and constitution. Let us tell you that Pannu has 22 criminal cases registered against him in Punjab.

Pannu announced in the video that another referendum on support for Khalistan would be held in Canada on October 29 and would ask voters whether Indian High Commissioner Sanjay Verma was responsible for the killing of Najjar in June.


The demonstration will be held on 25th September.

She said protests would be held in front of the Indian Consulates in Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver on September 25.

Pannu said that we will not allow Indian consulates to function and we will put pressure on the Canadian government to name the individuals who are responsible for the murder.

The SFJ has said it will also demand the expulsion of High Commissioner Verma.

Police in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh have filed separate FIRs against Pannu, a law graduate from Panjab University in Chandigarh, for making threats and attempting to disturb peace, stability, and communal harmony.

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