New intelligence report has thrown light on the agenda of Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun. The report mentions Pannun’s agenda of disintegrating India on religious lines. Security agencies recently prepared a new document outlining Pannun’s activities and his alleged plans to divide the country into multiple segments on the basis of religion. 16 cases have been registered against Pannun in various states of India, underscoring the seriousness of his anti-national activities. These cases are spread across many places including Delhi, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Uttarakhand. Pannun is currently believed to be living in the United States.
Who is Gurpatwant Singh Pannun?
Gurpatwant Singh Pannun was born in Amritsar and graduated in law from Punjab University. Her family had migrated from Pakistan to Khankot village in Amritsar during partition in 1947. His father Mahendra Singh (now deceased) worked in a company in Punjab. Pannun has a brother Magwant Singh, who lives abroad. Pannun is currently an attorney at law in America. He is ociated with the US-based separatist group ‘Sikhs for Justice’ (SFJ), which supports the partition of Punjab from India as Khalistan. He is the face of SFJ and its legal advisor.
Pannun’s plan to divide India
The intelligence report paints a frightening picture of Pannu’s aspirations. It is alleged that their aim is to divide India into many countries on religious basis. One of his proposed entities is a Muslim state, which he envisions as the Democratic Republic of Urdustan. Additionally, Pannun is actively working to radicalize the people of Kashmir, with the ultimate goal of secession of the region from India. Pannun had also once threatened to hoist the Khalistani flag at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport.