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Aakash Chopra Demands Arrest of Gurpatwant Pannun

Aakash Chopra reacts to Gurpatwant Pannun's warning, calling for arrest as Pannun threatens Air India travelers. Gurpatwant Pannun has referred to it as the "World Terror Cup," using it as a platform to highlight alleged atrocities against Sikhs in India.

Aakash Chopra seeks action against Khalistani terrorist’s threat to Air India passengers

Former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra has called for the arrest of Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, who recently issued a threat to people planning to travel on Air India on November 19. Pannun, the chief of the Canada-based terrorist outfit ‘Sikhs For Justice,’ urged Sikhs not to fly on Air India planes on that date, warning that their lives could be in danger.

In a video message, Pannun stated, “We are asking all Sikhs to avoid boarding Air India flights on November 19. On that day, there will be a global blockade, and Air India will not be allowed to fly anywhere across the world. Sikhs, you do not travel by Air India after November 19. It can be life-threatening. This is my warning to the government of India.”

Aakash Chopra expressed his concern on social media, asking why Pannun has not been arrested in Canada. India’s high commissioner to Ottawa, Sanjay Kumar Verma, stated that the Indian authorities would raise the threat to Air India flights with Canadian authorities.

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Gurpatwant Pannun: Designated Terrorist Promoting Khalistan

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun is known for his involvement in the separatist group SFJ, advocating for an independent Sikh state called Khalistan in the US, Canada, and the UK. He was designated as a terrorist by the Union home ministry in 2020 and had his properties attached under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. Pannun has been actively promoting militancy among Sikh youth in Punjab and has worked closely with other Khalistani extremists.

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This threat by Pannun is concerning, especially given the history of Khalistani terrorism, including the Air India plane Kanishka bombing in 1985. The final match of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup is scheduled for November 19, and Pannun has referred to it as the “World Terror Cup,” using it as a platform to highlight alleged atrocities against Sikhs in India.

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