Punjab Police has registered a case against Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu in Mohali. Pannu had threatened to kill Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh by uploading the video on social media. Earlier, Pannu had threatened chief ministers of several states not to hoist the national flag before Independence Day.

Punjab Police has registered a case against Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu. Pannu had recently threatened to kill Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh by uploading a video on social media. Here, the Captain has also reacted sharply to Pannu’s threat. He has said that those who disturb Punjab will not be spared at any cost.

On Tuesday, Captain Amarinder Singh issued a stern warning to Pannu against any attempt to disturb the peace, stability, and communal harmony of the state, saying that the atmosphere in Punjab was spoiled by the banned Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) and its so-called General Council. His government will give a befitting reply to any attempt to do so.

The Chief Minister said that no one would be allowed to disturb the peace of Punjab and push our people again into the days of terrorism. Violent and disruptive actions of SFJ will be given an appropriate response. Punjab is the land of gurus, where the ideology of oneness of humanity is always propagated.

litigation under these sections
DGP Dinkar Gupta informed that the cases against Pannu and his associates, including the members of SFJ, under Sections 10(A), 13(1) of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 and Sections 153A and 124A of the IPC at State Cyber ​​Crime Police Station Mohali. An FIR (No 34) has been registered in He said that Pannu has been found guilty of inciting violent terrorist activities and threatening to kill the elected Chief Minister of Punjab in accordance with the Constitution.

Video posted on August 28
Referring to the preliminary investigation of the video posted on August 28, the DGP said that the video clearly shows a criminal conspiracy against the Chief Minister, in which the Chief Minister is shown aiming bullets. He said that investigation is on to unearth the entire conspiracy. Sikhs for Justice was banned by the Government of India on 10 July 2019.

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