Khalistani terror group SFJ launches website to support Disha Ravi, Deep Sidhu and others, starts email campaign to ban PM Modi in foreign countries

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The Khalistani terrorist organisation Sikh for Justice (SJF) on Wednesday, February 17, 2021, has launched a website to support climate activist Disha Ravi and Punjabi singer Deep Sidhu. The website is named as Twitter4Farmer (dot) in.
Gurpwant Singh Pannu, General counsel for SFJ said that his organisation had created a website supporting these activists. Pannu said that these activists, who have been charged with sedition, were carrying out their right to protest.
Gurpwant Singh Pannu said that separating Punjab from India is the only way. He said that our website would pressure the Indian embassies of America, Canada, UK, Germany, Australia, Italy, Sweden, and European Union to ban Prime Minister Modi’s visits anywhere in the world. He said that the agitating farmers should join this campaign.
Posters have been posted in support of the arrested activists on the SJF website. In the support email format, the website launched by SFJ mentions Disha Ravi’s name specifically. It said, “Disha Ravi, a climate activist has been arrested and charged with sedition for formulation and sharing the “Toolkit”, a document floated by prominent Swedish environmentalist Great Thunberg.”

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On February 4, environment activist Greta Thunberg posted a toolkit and a tweet supporting farmer protests in India. The toolkit revealed international propaganda against India that has links to Khalistani terrorist organisations and pro-Khalistani outfits.
Non-bailable warrants were issued against Nikita Jacob and Shantanu who were absconding since police filed the case against them. Both Nikita and Shantanu had applied for transit bail in respective states’ high courts out of which Nikita was granted transit bail for 10 days. Police also uncovered a link between riots and one Pieter Friedrich who has links to terrorist organisations. He has been under investigation agencies’ scanner since 2006.
Delhi Police has further said that these three along with 67 others participated in a zoom call with Poetic Justice Foundation, a Canada-based Pro Khalistani organisation. They discussed how they could allegedly provoke protesters for violence on January 26. The founder of PJF, Mo Dhaliwal, is an open supporter of Khalistanis and he has supported the idea of a separate nation for Sikhs named Khalistan on several occasions.