The pro-Khalistan organisation ‘Sikh for Justice’ has warned India against holding the G-20 meeting in Uttarakhand’s Ramnagar town, which will be a part of Sikh future state after being freed from India.
The head of ‘Sikh for Justice’, Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, in pre-recorded messages announced to raise Khalistani flags at airports, railway stations and other areas during the meeting days in Uttarakhand, Indian officials claimed citing the messages.
The official said, the move is meant to internationalise the Khalistan issue.
“Ramnagar is not a part of India and it will be made a part of Khalistan after Punjab is freed,” Pannu said in the message, according to the Uttarakhand Special Task Force’s Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Senthil Abudai Krishnaraj.
The Chief Scientific Advisors’ Roundtable (CSAR) of G-20 countries will be held in Uttarakhand’s Ramnagar from March 28-30.
Krishnaraj said all the numbers from which such recorded calls were received are being traced.
The DIG said the Special Task Force is probing the matter. It seems that Pannu is trying to gain “publicity” on the Khalistan issue through the G-20 meeting.
Earlier, a Canada based World Sikh Organization (WSO) has already called on the Canadian government to boycott the G-20 events in Kashmir and Chandigarh, Punjab, and ban Bharatiya Janata Party leaders and officials from travelling to the country for abusing minorities and hurling threats against Sikh lawmakers.
The Sikh leaders said that the Modi regime has intentionally chosen Sikh regions like Chandigarh, Ramnagar and UN-acknowledged disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir for G-20 meetings to mislead the international community regarding the ongoing freedom movements in the regions.