On December 18, 2020, the National Investigation Agency (NIA), filed a chargesheet against 10 accused, including designated terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun of the banned secessionist organization – Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) – before the NIA Special Court at Mohali in the Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar District of Punjab. Originally registered by Punjab Police at Sultanwind Police Station, Amritsar (City) on October 19, 2018, the case was subsequently re-registered by the NIA (RC-19/2020/NIA/DLI) on April 5, 2020. The case relates to a series of acts of violence including acts of arson in Punjab in 2017-18, carrying out propaganda activities, both online and on ground campaigns in support of SFJ and the purported ‘Referendum 2020’. These acts were committed by a gang of radicalised Sikh youth under the direction and financial assistance from SFJ handlers located abroad, as part of an organized conspiracy by the accused for the launch of a concerted secessionist campaign for the creation of ‘Khalistan’.
New Delhi/UNI: The anti-terror probe agency NIA on Friday filed a charge sheet against 10 accused persons including designated terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun before the Mohali NIA Special Court in Punjab.
London: The House of Lords Conduct Committee’s decision to expel Lord Nazir Ahmed, who retired recently, will affect the anti-India campaigns across the world, especially in Europe and Britain, a news portal has claimed.
Amritsar: Separatist group Sikhs for Justice offered money to anyone who would perform ardas (special Sikh prayer) in Akal Takht for Khalistan on Sunday (Aug 23), according to a report in The Times of India.
Brussels: Trying to give their divisive policy a push, Belgium-based Ranjit Singh Nita of the Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF) is recording audio to seek support for “registration” for secessionist “Referendum 2020” from July 19.
New Delhi/IBNS: The Indian government on Sunday said it has blocked 40 websites linked to pro-Khalistan group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ).
New Delhi: Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) and their activities that involve propagating Khalistan movement has been earning criticisms across several nations and this is evident from various incidents that are taking place in recent times.
New Delhi, July 10 (UNI): The Centre on Wednesday banned the organisation called Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) being run by some fringe Sikh groups operating from the US, Britain and Canada.