In what is being construed as a veiled threat to repeat the1985 bombing of Air India‘s Boeing 747 ‘Kanishka’, Canada-based terrorist outfit ‘Sikhs For Justice’ has asked Sikhs to not fly on AI planes on and after November 19 as their lives could be under threat.
“We are asking Sikhs not to fly AI on 19th November. There will be a global blockade and AI will not be allowed to fly anywhere across the world on 19th November.Sikhs, you do not travel by AI after 19th. It can be life-threatening,” SFJ chiefGurpatwant Singh Pannun said.
This is my warning to the government of India. The Indira Gandhi International Airport should remain closed on the 19th of November,” said Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, chief of the fringe group.
“It is the same day on which the final match of the World Terror Cup will be played. It will be shown to the world that a genocide of Sikhs happened in India and India did it. When we will liberate Punjab, the name of these airports will be Shahid Beant Singh and Shahid Satwant Singh Airport,” he added.
Interestingly, November 19 is the birth anniversary of late PM Indira Gandhi who was assassinated in protest against Operation Bluestar in Golden Temple in 1984. The bellicose warning to re-enact the terrorist act of setting off explosion on board Kanishka, which plunged into sea off the Irish coast with 329 passengers on board, came from Pannun, who has acquired notoriety for inciting and justifying terror acts.
The Kanishk bombing was the handiwork of Khalistani terrorists who placed a bomb in a suitcase aboard the Air India flight from Toronto to India via London. The victims included 268 Canadian citizens, mostly of Indian origin, and 24 Indians.
The mastermind of this catastrophic act was none other than then Babbar Khalsa chief Talwinder Singh Parmar, who was allegedly “protected” by the then Canadian government headed by Pierre Trudeau, father of the incumbent Justin Trudeau. Incidentally, one of Pannun’s slain aides, Ripudaman Singh Malik, was an accused in the Kanishka bombing case but was later acquitted for lack of evidence. Malik was gunned down by local criminals in Canada in 2022 — an incident that many attributed to his fight with another Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who was killed in June.
Pannun has been eerily mimicking Parmar’s strategies. In July 1984, Parmar had called for the killing of Hindus and blowing up Indian embassies globally — in what would turn out to be a chilling precursor to Pannun’s hate-filled rants against India’s diplomats and members of the Hindu community over the last few months. And like Parmar, Pannun too followed through his bellicose statement as was evident when Indian diplomats and missions in Canada were attacked.
Parmar later returned to India and was killed in a gunfight with cops in 1992. However, he remained a beneficiary of the Canadian indulgence posthumously, with authorities in Ottawa not coming in the way of his consecration as a martyr for the Khalistanis.
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