Sunday, November 01, 2020

Delhi on alert on SJF's call to disrupt AI fight operation on Nov 5

New Delhi: Delhi has been put on high alert on with inputs received that secessionist group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) has given a call to cause the disruption in the operation of Air India flights from Delhi to London on November 5.

The banned group is learnt to have given the call on the 36th year of Sikh Genocide on November 5 to internationalize the killing of more than 30,000 Sikhs in the aftermath of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination.

To ground the Air India flights on November 5, agencies alerted the Delhi Police and the concerned authorities that the SFJ has urged the 1984 Genocide victims to descend on Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport and dissuade the passengers from travelling on London bound flights AI-111 and AI 531.

In a video message, SFJ General Counsel Gurpatwant Singh Pannun stated that "it is a humanitarian obligation to expose the cover up of Sikh Genocide by successive Indian regimes headed by Gandhi to Modi" and urged the passengers of Air India to side with the victims of violence by boycotting the flights AI-111 and AI-531 on November 5.

In his messages Pannun accused both the Congress and BJP as two sides of the same coin for perpetuating the 1984 Sikh Genocide and then extended the impunity to leaders of death squads.

01/11/20 Rajnish Singh/Daijiworld

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