Security agencies alert as SJF threatens to hoist flag in Haryana

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Security agencies alert as SJF threatens to hoist flag in Haryana

Chandigarh : Security agencies have become alert after the banned Khalistani organisation Sikh for Justice (SFJ) threatened to turn Haryana into Khalistan.

SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannu has said that the Khalistan flag will be hoisted at the Deputy Commissioner's offices from Gurugram to Ambala on April 29. SFJ leader Pannu has promoted anti-national activities in Haryana and Punjab. Many supporters of Pannu have also been arrested. Pannu has sent video messages and e-mails to the media.

The messages say, on completion of 36 years of Khalistan Declaration, it has been announced to hoist Khalistani flags on offices of Deputy Commissioner from Gurugram to Ambala on 29th April. Pannu has said that on April 29, 'Haryana Banega Khalistan' campaign will be launched. Volunteers will be recruited in Haryana. This will free Haryana from the occupation of India.

SFJ has also released a map of the territories separating India, Haryana is also a part of this. Pannu has appealed to Baljit Singh Daduwal, President of Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee and All India Sikh Students Federation to cooperate in this campaign.