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SFJ chief Gurpatwant Pannun come with another provocative slogan, shares propaganda video

Giving a twist to Har Ghar Tiranga campaign, the rabble-rouser exhorted the residents of Punjab to raise ‘Har Ghar Khalistan slogan’ and also display Khalistan flags in their homes, this Independence Day.

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New Delhi: The Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) founder Gurpatwant Singh Pannu has again sought to provoke the youths of Punjab by making an appeal to them to join his secessionist slogans on Khalistan.

Releasing his voice message to youth via video clip, the leader of banned outfit urged the residents of Punjab to take a pledge this year for realising the dream of Khalistan.

Giving a twist to Har Ghar Tiranga campaign, the rabble-rouser exhorted the residents of Punjab to raise ‘Har Ghar Khalistan slogan’ and also display Khalistan flags in their homes, this Independence Day.

The US based rabble-rouser has sought to incite passions of the Punjab youths and says in video, “As nation celebrates 75 years of Independence, it will be a decisive year for Punjab, all will have to take part as this is going to final was for independence.”

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The provocative video message by Pannun comes close on the heels of Modi government’s plan to display Tricolour in at least 20 crore households, this 15th August to mark the culmination of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. PM Modi himself has urged citizens to wear nationalism on their sleeves this year by hoisting tricolor at their homes.

The banned SFJ is known for releasing provocative video & audio messages, with an intent to instigate youth and has adopted this strategy of bombarding its secessionist messages on social media.

In the latest video, the SFJ founder also demanded clear answers from Punjab’s Jatthedaars, asking “they will have to decide now whether they are with India or with Khalistan”.

Pannun also calls for a referendum on Khalistan, separate from the mainland, by January 26, 2023.

The SFJ founder Gurpatwant Singh Pannun is among India’s Most Wanted list and enjoys support of Pak-based ISI.

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