Independence Day 2020 Alert: Security agencies are on high alert as there are reports that the banned Sikh for Justice (SFJ) has announced a reward of $ 125,000 for the flag hoisting of Khalistan at the Red Fort on the occasion of Independence Day on 15 August. Also Read – Independence Day 2020: India will celebrate 74th Independence Day this August 15, know the history and importance of this day
After this, a high alert has been issued in the capital Delhi. More than 45,000 security personnel will be guarded on the occasion of Independence Day. Apart from this, more than 2,000 snipers will be deployed on tall buildings in the radius of five kilometers around the Red Fort. Also Read – Independence Day 2020: Ministry of Education and MyGov is organizing essay competition for school students, learn all the things related to Participate
Security agencies say that this is an attempt by SFJ to create terror. Top officials of Delhi Police have said that the suspects are being closely monitored.
SFJ’s Attorney and General Counsel Gurpatwant Singh Pannun has put a message on social networking sites, announcing a reward of US $ 125,000 to any person who hoists the Khalistan flag at the Red Fort at India’s 74th Independence Celebration. , An alert has been issued after this.
The SFJ has said that 15 August is not Independence Day for Sikhs. The SFJ leader reminded the community, saying, 1947 is the exchange of rulers only for them. The Indian Constitution labels Sikhs as Hindus. Sikhs were massacred in 1984 and the natural resources of Punjab are being improperly ingested.
The pro-Khalistan group announced last month that it had registered voter registration for its separatist agenda ‘Referendum 2020’ during the Independence Day celebrations in front of Indian embassies in the US, UK, Canada, Italy, Germany, France, Australia and New Zealand on 15 August. It is planned to organize a camp.
Indian security agencies have already asked these embassies to be on alert.
Apart from this, the SFJ, which was banned by the Ministry of Home Affairs in July 2019 to advocate ‘Referendum 2020’, started its online voter registration for ‘Referendum 2020’ through separate portals in Punjab, Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir from July 4. Tried, but the organization reportedly could not gather support.
The group has twice used Canadian cyberspace to initiate its voter registration for referendums in Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir on Pannun’s instruction, which is among nine Khalistani activists nominated by the Indian government last month.
Based in the US, Pannun is playing a major role in the ‘Referendum 2020’ campaign. Its US-based fundamentalist Khalistan organization has urged Sikhs living in India and abroad to support their agenda of ‘Referendum 2020’.