New Delhi: Renowned Khalistani leader and Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) founder Gurpatwant Singh Pannun has appealed to the Sikhs and Kashmiri Muslims to move New Delhi for a march towards the venue where the G20 Summit is scheduled to be held in the second week of September.
The two-day summit will be held in New Delhi on September 9 and 10.
Pannun in a video message asked people to march to Pragati Maidan, where the summit will be held, after Friday prayers. He also threatened to hoist the Khalistani flag at Delhi’s IGI airport.
This comes just days after several metro stations across Delhi were marked with pro-Khalistan graffiti. Police arrested two people associated with the SFJ over anti-India slogans. Officials said the slogans were written at the behest of Gurupatwant Singh Pannun.
Slogans such as ‘Delhi Banega Khalistan’ and ‘Khalistan Referendum Zindabad’ were found sprayed in black on the walls of metro stations, including Punjabi Bagh, Shivaji Park, Madipur, Paschim Vihar, Udyog Nagar, Maharaja Surajmal Stadium and Nangloi — all located in west Delhi.
The G20 Summit is deemed to be an utter failure when presidents of two big countries like China and Russia have refused to attend the meeting.