Ever since Amritpal Singh has become the President of Waris Punjab De (WPD) organization launched by deceased actor Deep Sidhu in September 2021, he has come under the scanner of investigative agencies of both Centre and the State for his 'pro-Khalistan' remarks. Now, it has been learned that a complaint has been filed against Amritpal Singh by a journalist after he alleged on social media that he and his family are getting death threats by the Waris Punjab De President. Furthermore, it has been learned that Mohali SSP Vivek Soni has been investigating the matter himself carefully before taking any kind of action in the aforementioned case. As per reports, the journalist hailing from Nayagaon his social media post accused Amritpal Singh of threatening him and his family. Although it has not been confirmed whether Mohali Police has registered any FIR in the case, reports suggest that an investigation has been launched and the Police will take action once any concrete evidence comes forward seeing the sensitivity of the matter.

Reportedly, the journalist in his complaint stated that he received a threatening call on Facebook from Amritpal on July 10. On September 16, they threatened him and my family of dire consequences on an FB group. Furthermore, Mohali SSP Vivek S Soni was quoted confirming that a complaint has been received and the police are probing the matter and appropriate action will be taken.

Notably, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) recently notified the Punjab State Government and its security agencies to remain vigilant over Amritpal Singh. Not only this, reports suggest that the MHA has also asked the State government to send a file over Amritpal Singh and his organization Waris Punjab De. Now, the question arises, why Waris Punjab De President Amrtipal Singh has raised eyebrows of both State and Central Government?

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True Scoop in its had discussed about who is he in detail. Strong reactions came from the Punjab Government after Amritpal Singh addressed a gathering in Rode, the native village of extremist Sikh leader late Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. Amritpal in his speech allegedly made multiple anti-India remarks and even appealed to the Sikh youths to 'fight for aazadi'.

Not only this, but Amritpal's war-mongering speech also asked the gathering to fight against the 'Dilli hakumat' (Central government) as they are sending 'Bhaiyas' (derogatory term) from Bihar, UP, Uttarakhand, and Himachal in order to outnumber Sikhs in Punjab. Following Amritpal's anti-India speech, Punjab Finance Minister Harpal Cheema assured strict action would be taken against him. Amritpal Singh took charge as the President of the 'Waris Punjab De' organization in a ‘Dastaarbandi’ ceremony held at Moga’s Rode which happens to be the native village of the slain Bhindranwale.

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