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Saturday, February 24, 2024

Why Bharat must call US bluff on Pannun

“Why India must call US bluff on Pannun”, First Post, December 18, 2023:

“Gurpatwant Singh Pannun is co-founder of Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), a terrorist group banned by India. Yet the United States protects Pannun like one of its own.

There is a mountain of evidence of Pannun’s crimes: murder of Indians on US soil, incitement of violence against Indian diplomats in the US and Canada, arson attacks against Indian gurdwaras and diplomatic missions, and threats to bomb Air India and Parliament.

Instead of prosecuting Pannun, an American citizen, the US department of justice (DoJ) has targeted an Indian businessman Nikhil Gupta on charges of “murder-for-hire”. The supposed victim of the alleged plot: Pannun…..”

Read the full article at Firstpost.com

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