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Gurpatwant Singh Pannu properties seized : NIA Seizes Khalistani Terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu’s 46 kanals in Khankot village, Amritsar And Various Other Properties in India

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu properties seized: Government Takes Control as Pannu Loses Ownership;The NIA has confiscated Pannu’s property spanning 46 kanals in Khankot village, Amritsar, which holds ancestral significance to him. This property comprises agricultural land and is now under government control. Further more, Pannu’s house in Sector 15 C, Chandigarh is also Seized.

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu properties seized : In 2019, the Government of India banned Pannu’s organization, SFJ, under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), citing its involvement in terrorist activities.

Amritsar,23 September(City Times): Gurpatwant Singh Pannu properties seized; The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has taken decisive action against Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, the leader of the banned organization Sikh for Justice (SFJ). Pannu, known for his anti-India rhetoric in Canada and other countries, has faced severe consequences as the NIA seizes his properties in Punjab and Chandigarh. This move signifies a significant blow to Pannu’s activities and a victory for India’s efforts to counter terrorism.

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Gurpatwant Singh Pannu properties seized: Seizure of 46 Kanals in Amritsar and House in Chandigarh

The NIA has confiscated Pannu’s property spanning 46 kanals in Khankot village, Amritsar, which holds ancestral significance to him. This property comprises agricultural land and is now under government control. Furthermore, Pannu’s house in Sector 15 C, Chandigarh, which was previously attached in 2020, has also been seized by the NIA. As a result of this legal action, Pannu no longer holds ownership of these properties, which are now in possession of the government.

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Gurpatwant Singh Pannu properties seized:Pannu’s Designation as a Terrorist in 2020

In 2019, the Government of India banned Pannu’s organization, SFJ, under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), citing its involvement in terrorist activities. The Home Ministry’s notification emphasized SFJ’s support for separatism and extremist ideology in Punjab under the pretext of a Sikh referendum. In 2020, Pannu faced accusations of promoting separatism and encouraging Punjabi Sikh youth to take up arms, leading to his designation as a terrorist under UAPA by the Central Government.

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Gurpatwant Singh Pannu properties seized :Multiple Cases and Inflammatory Social Media Activity

Pannu and SFJ have faced approximately a dozen cases in India, including three cases of treason in Punjab. These legal actions are in response to their inflammatory posts on social media platforms, where they openly supported terrorists. Pannu is known for his active presence on social media, where he releases audio and video messages in Punjabi, inciting Punjabi youth against India. Additionally, Pannu has been involved in displaying Khalistan flags in government buildings in Punjab and Haryana, as well as defacing public properties with Khalistani slogans during the recent G20 meeting.

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Gurpatwant Singh Pannu properties seized : Threats Against Hindus in Canada and Bharat Murdabad Campaign

Terrorist Pannu recently issued threats to Hindus living in Canada, asserting that Canadian land is exclusively for Khalistanis. He even challenged the presence of Hindus in Canada, suggesting they change their religion or return to India. In a separate video, Pannu threatened to shut down Indian embassies in Vancouver, Ottawa, and Toronto on September 25. Furthermore, SFJ has initiated the “Death of India” campaign, also known as “Bharat Murdabad,” adding to their history of disruptive actions.

Certainly, here’s a table describing incident dates and descriptions About Pannu :

Incident DateIncident Description
21-Sep-2023Government of India issues advisory to private television channels urging them to avoid interviewing individuals linked to terrorism.
19-Sep-2023Pannun threatens Hindus living in Canada in a viral video, urging them to leave Canada and return to India. He also announces a referendum in Vancouver to determine responsibility for the assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
18-Sep-2023Second phase of Khalistan referendum in Canada announced, including a question about the responsibility for Nijjar’s death.
6-Sep-2023Pannun claims in a video that killings of Indian soldiers in occupied Kashmir result from the conflict with indigenous Kashmiri freedom fighters and not terrorism.
16-Sep-2023Clandestine meeting between ISI agents and Khalistani terror leaders, including Pannun, in Vancouver, Canada, to intensify anti-India propaganda.
11-Sep-2023Pannun claims to have hoisted the Khalistan flag on the HUDA City Metro Station flyover in Gurugram, Haryana, and threatens Indian political leaders.
11-Sep-2023SFJ’s Khalistan referendum in Canada witnesses a low turnout, leading to plans for a revote. Pannun delivers a hate speech during the event.
10-Sep-2023Pannun threatens Indian leaders, including the Prime Minister, Home Minister, External Affairs Minister, and National Security Advisor, in a video. He calls for retribution for the alleged assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
10-Sep-2023Delhi Police equipped with graffiti remover to erase pro-Khalistani content near G20 head locations during the summit. Pannun’s plans to encourage writing pro-Khalistani slogans near G20 locations are reported.
10-Sep-2023Pannun delivers an inflammatory speech during the Khalistani referendum in Canada, stating that Sikhs will break India into smaller pieces.

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  • 05-Sep-2023: The Government of India’s media wing, the Press Information Bureau’s (PIB) fact-check unit, debunked SFJ’s claim of putting up pro-Khalistan posters and graffiti at G20 delegate visit locations in Delhi. Earlier, SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun had claimed these actions.
  • 04-Sep-2023: Pro-Khalistani outfits, backed by Pakistan’s ISI, have been spreading false narratives and defacing public spaces in Delhi. Two individuals arrested for graffiti were allegedly paid by SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun.
  • 03-Sep-2023: Gurpatwant Singh Pannun called for challenging India’s sovereignty during the G20 Summit, urging Sikhs to support the Khalistan referendum and disrupt the event. He also threatened to hoist the Khalistan flag at New Delhi’s airport.
  • 31-Aug-2023: Delhi police arrested two individuals for defacing metro stations in Delhi. They had maintained social media contact with SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun.
  • 31-Aug-2023: After the arrests, SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun issued threats, declaring that SFJ operatives would storm Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi with Khalistan flags and offered a cash reward for information about Delhi Police officers’ families abroad.
  • 28-Aug-2023: SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun praised China’s incorporation of disputed regions into its ‘official map’ and suggested that China could endorse the annexation of Arunachal Pradesh during the G20 Summit in Delhi.
  • 27-Aug-2023: SFJ activists defaced Metro stations in Delhi with pro-Khalistan graffiti ahead of the G20 Summit. Pannun mentioned targeting the Indian Prime Minister during the event.
  • 25-Aug-2023: SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun threatened Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) staff over India’s moon mission.
  • 18-Aug-2023: Gurpatwant Singh Pannun labeled Canada-based Punjabi singer AP Dhillon as a Khalistan supporter in a video.
  • 14-Aug-2023: SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun claimed to have raised funds for a Khalistan Referendum vote in Scotland in 2024.
  • 11-Aug-2023: Activists attempted to hoist the Indian National Flag at a house linked to Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, leading to police intervention.
  • 09-Aug-2023: SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun urged US Congressmen to question PM Narendra Modi about the Khalistan referendum during India’s Independence Day celebrations.
  • 31-Jul-2023: Pro-Khalistani graffiti with a slogan “Haryana will become Khalistan” was spotted in Haryana, and Pannun claimed responsibility for it, warning Indian leaders.
  • 21-Jul-2023: SFJ launched a global “Kill India” campaign targeting Indian diplomats and missions in multiple countries on India’s Independence Day.
  • 18-Jul-2023: SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun threatened Indian leaders, accusing them of being responsible for the assassination of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar and offering a reward for information about their foreign visits.
  • 12-Jul-2023: Pro-Khalistani graffiti appeared outside government offices in Barnala, Punjab, with Pannun claiming responsibility in a video.
  • 12-Jul-2023: Pannun threatened to disrupt the 2023 Cricket World Cup in a video and called for Sikh self-determination.
  • 06-Jul-2023: Indian Ministry of External Affairs condemned pro-Khalistan posters targeting Indian diplomats and urged host countries to ensure diplomats’ safety.
  • 06-Jul-2023: Pannun stood outside the UN headquarters in New York, threatening Indian diplomats and admitting responsibility for “kill posters.”
  • 05-Jul-2023: Anonymous Twitter accounts shared SFJ posters promoting a “Kill India” rally in London and falsely implicated Indian diplomats in Khalistani terrorist activities.
  • 05-Jul-2023: Rumors spread on social media about Pannun’s alleged death in a car accident in the US, which was later debunked.
  • 23-Jun-2023: Pannun called for retaliation following the assassination of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, making threats against Indian leaders.
  • 21-Jun-2023: Khalistani terrorists went into hiding following the deaths of Nijjar, Paramjit Singh Panjwar, and Avatar Singh Khanda, raising speculation about Indian agencies’ involvement.
  • 20-Jun-2023: Pannun accused Indian intelligence agencies of orchestrating Nijjar’s execution, warning of international justice for Indian leaders.
  • 20-Jun-2023: Pannun received threats and intended to provide details to Canadian authorities.
  • 20-Jun-2023: The NIA intensified efforts to locate Pannun, who had been missing for two days.
  • 19-Jun-2023: Recent killings dealt a significant blow to pro-Khalistan individuals, focusing attention on Pannun.
  • 19-Jun-2023: Rumors circulated about Pannun being missing for over 48 hours following the recent Khalistani terrorist killings.
  • 03-May-2023: Pannun used a Japanese telecommunications company to make threat calls to India, according to the Uttarakhand special task force.
  • 27-Apr-2023: Security was strengthened at Ludhiana railway station due to an SFJ rail roko protest alert.
  • 18-Apr-2023: Pannun offered a reward for public humiliation of a Golden Temple sewadar.
  • 18-Apr-2023: Pannun claimed responsibility for the shooting at Bathinda Military Station, demanding Khalistan’s creation.
  • 13-Apr-2023: Pannun called on Sikh soldiers in the Indian Army to gather in support of his campaign for a Khalistan referendum.
  • 12-Apr-2023: A BJP leader offered a reward for publicly humiliating Pannun in response to SFJ’s reward for shoe-throwing at PM Modi.
  • 10-Apr-2023: Pannun offered a reward for anyone who would throw a shoe at PM Modi during his visit to Assam.
  • 10-Apr-2023: Pannun claimed that pro-Khalistan sympathizers raised a Khalistan flag at a college in Punjab.
  • 07-Apr-2023: Pannun claimed Pro-Khalistani Sikhs wrote slogans at Air Force Station, Sirsa, Haryana, supporting the Khalistan movement.
  • 04-Apr-2023: SFJ offered support to the ULFA-I, an Assamese separatist group, for an “Assam Independence Referendum.”

Gurpatwant Singh Pannu properties seized : Background of Sikh for Justice (SFJ)

Sikh for Justice (SFJ) is an organization founded in America in 2007, advocating for the creation of a separate Khalistan for Sikhs. Gurpatwant Singh Pannu is one of the founders of SFJ, and the organization operates under its separatist campaign known as “Referendum 2020,” aiming to liberate Punjab from Indian rule. This move by the NIA represents a significant setback for SFJ and its leaders, including Pannu.

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