Indian NIA starts targeting Khalistani leader

New Delhi, June 12 (KMS): The Indian National Investigation Agency has put the head of International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF) Lakhbir Singh Rode, a pro-Khalistani outfit on its “most wanted” list and declared a reward of Rs 5 lakh.

Lakhbir Singh Rode has been blamed to send consignments of small and large firearms, heroin and explosives packed in tiffins (lunchboxes) to Punjab to carry out blasts and target political leaders. Besides Rode- nephew of Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, NIA has also declared a reward of 2 lac on another absconding associate Gurcharan Singh.

On 15 March 2022, NIA filed a chargesheet against Rode, Habib Khan alias ‘Doctor’ and four others — Sukhwinder Singh, Gurpreet Singh and Ranjit Singh of Ferozepur and Parveen Singh of Fazilka. India is trying to use the bogie of false flag operations to malign Sikhs indigenous movement.

Indian political leadership will build up a case on the plea of false flag operation against pro-Khalistan set-ups. Apart from ISYF, the Indian fascist government blames other Khalistani outfits like Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF) and Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF).

It is afraid that these pro-Khalistani leaders would get the same fate as of Moosewala. Sikh community must expose nefarious Hindutva designs not only against Sikhs but all minorities in India. India is trying to blame Pakistan for its involvement in Khalistan movement just to earn local support for political motives.

“Blaming Pakistan” is considered as the only solution which every government in India likes to adopt in response to all the problems. Without putting their own house in order they simply blame Pakistan for every bad happening and start drum beating. India tried to put the onus on Pakistan but Sikhs in Punjab refused to eat the bait.

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