SFJ Founder Gurpatwant Singh Pannun challenges PM Modi ahead of his Mohali visit; warns the presence of Khalistani associates

Pannun has not just threatened PM Modi during his visit but rather has used derogatory messages against the PM. The SFJ founder in his video went on to highlight that Khalistani Posters are up on display in the entire Mullanpur area before PM reaches Mohali

SFJ Founder Gurpatwant Singh Pannun challenges PM Modi ahead of his Mohali visit; warns the presence of Khalistani associates | Punjab-News,Punjab-News-Today,Latest-Punjab-News- True Scoop

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun founder of ‘Sikhs for Justice’ a US-based secessionist group banned in India, released a video message challenging Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of his visit to Mohali on August 24th.

PM Modi upon his visit will inaugurate Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital and Research Centre at Mullanpur in Mohali. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann will accompany PM Modi on his Mohali visit.

Pannun has not just threatened PM Modi during his visit but rather has used derogatory messages against the PM. The SFJ founder in his video went on to highlight that Khalistani Posters are up on display in the entire Mullanpur area before PM reaches Mohali.

In a clear-cut display of the daring yet unlawful act, Pannun sends a message to Modi and the government of India to not undermine his power. Pannun claimed that his Khalistani associates have reached the place before he reaches the spot.

High security alert in Punjab on PM Modi's visit, secret intelligence warn of terror attack in Chandigarh and Mohali

Defaming Modi and India, Pannun also states that the biggest cancer is the slavery in Punjab. Pannun even provokes people to assemble on August 24th by holding the Khalistani flag and compelling PM Modi to return.

Meanwhile, a high alert has been raised in Punjab after 4 terrorists were arrested in Delhi by the Punjab Police who admitted to executing the terror plans by their nexus through bombings in Chandigarh and Mohali.

The inputs were also sent in by the Central Intelligence Wing to increase the security of high-profile politicians and officials in the state.


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