Hate Speech Tracker

SFJ offers INR 100,000 to throw shoe at PM Narendra Modi in Assam

Gurpatwan Singh Pannun, the head of the banned pro-Khalistan group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), on April 10, announced a reward of INR 100,000 for anyone who would throw a shoe at Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi during his visit to Assam on April 14 for the Bihu celebrations. Pannun sent a pre-recorded message to various journalists in Assam, in which he accused PM Modi of being accountable for the deaths of individuals in Assam and pro-Khalistan Sikhs in Punjab.

Assam    10-Apr-2023

Indo-Canadian receives death threats from Khalistani radicals for organising reception to honour Indian envoy

The president of Friends of Canada and India Foundation in Surrey, Canada, Maninder Gill complained that he was continuously getting death threats from Khalistani radicals after he organised a reception last month in honour of India’s High Commissioner to Ottawa. He wrote a letter to the interim Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), stating that he is being warned that he could face a similar fate as Ripudaman Singh Malik, who was shot dead in Surrey.

Canada    05-Apr-2023

Sikh BJP leader Impreet Singh Bakshi gets threat call from pro Khalistani

Impreet Singh Bakshi, a leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Delhi, on April 3 alleged that he received a call from a Khalistani operative who claimed to be fugitive Khalistani radical preacher Amritpal Singh and threatened him for opposing them on social media for attacking Indian embassies in the US, the UK and Canada. According to Bakshi, the caller warned him to refrain from any anti-Khalistani activities, or else he would be killed. He has filed a case in this connection at the Lajpat Nagar police station in New Delhi.

New Delhi    03-Apr-2023

Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma gets threat from Sikhs for Justice (SFJ)

Assam Chief Minister (CM) Himanta Biswa Sarma on April 2 reportedly received a threat in the form of an audio message from the banned Khalistani outfit Sikhs for Justice (SFJ). In the audio clip, the chief of SFJ, Gurpatwan Singh Pannun threatened the CM “on various counts relating to the Sikh community in Assam”. Pannun said, "This message is for Assam CM Himanta Sarma. Your government is harassing and torturing pro-Khalistan Sikhs in Assam. And also torturing those who are in jail. Listen carefully CM Sarma, the fight is between pro-Khalistan Sikhs and Indian regime. Sarma you do not pray fall to this violence. We are seeking liberation of Punjab from Indian occupation through a peaceful democratic process of Khalistan referendum. Sarma, if your government is going to torture and harass Sikhs, you will be held accountable." It should be noted that after the arrest of eight individuals associated with Waris Punjab De (WPD), led by Amritpal Singh, they were transferred to the Dibrugarh central jail in upper Assam.

Assam    02-Apr-2023

Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann’s daughter gets threats from Pro-Khalistan elements in US

According to a lawyer based in Patiala, some pro-Khalistan elements reportedly made a phone call to and verbally harassed Seerat Kaur Mann, the daughter of Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Bhagwant Mann who resides in the United States (US). Seerat Mann has confirmed the incident through a social media post, where she mentioned that she and her brother have been receiving online threats, phone calls, and even faced harassment during meetings held in the gurudwara concerning the current situation in Punjab.

United States    30-Mar-2023

Sikhs For Justice Threatens Indians Abroad

The chief of the banned pro-Khalistan group, Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, through a pre-recorded phone call, issued a new threat to families with political affiliations and Indian students studying overseas. Pannun warned that their family members studying in the US, Canada, and Europe were at risk, and that the SFJ would target them by filing cases against them. He stated that they would be unable to escape, as the group believes that atrocities are being committed against pro-Khalistani families. Pannun claimed that his group had already dismantled Congress and Badals and would now focus on AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) and that they would locate and take legal action against family members abroad, ultimately sending them back to their loved ones.

United States    30-Mar-2023

Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) makes threat calls before G-20 meet in Uttarakhand

Some media personnel and government officials on March 26 received pre-recorded threatening calls of the chief of banned pro-Khalistan group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), Gurpatwant Singh Pannun in Uttarakhand. In the audio message, Pannun threatened to raise Khalistani flags during G-20 summit at Nainital’s Ramnagar and warned Uttarakhand Chief Minister (CM) Pushkar Singh Dhami against taking action against Sikhs in the state. Pannun said, “G-20 delegates….Ramnagar is not India. Ramnagar is Khalistan. Sikhs for Justice is going to raise Khalistani flags during G-20 summit at Ramnagar, at airports and at railway stations to show and internationalise that Ramnagar will be part of Khalistan once we liberate Punjab from Indian occupation through Khalistan Referendum. And if chief minister Dhami tried to file cases against Sikhs in Uttarakhand, you will be held accountable for each crime you are committing. Message is from Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, SFJ general counsel.”

Uttarakhand    26-Mar-2023

Man receives threat messages from Khalistani supporters in Delhi

A man received audio threat message from Khalistani supporters on his phone after he arrived at the Delhi airport from Mumbai. The pre-recorded audio message allegedly contained threats of seizing control of Pragati Maidan in New Delhi and replacing the Indian Tricolour with the Khalistani flag. Furthermore, the message contained profanity directed towards Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Based on the man's complaint, the Delhi Police filed a case on March 25.

New Delhi    25-Mar-2023

TV reporter faces death threat in Canada from Khalistanis for anti-Amritpal show

An Indian-Canadian TV reporter, Pardeep Bains, reportedly received death threats from Khalistan supporters after some of his guests criticized Amritpal Singh during a television show. Bains claimed that the threats included pictures of his family's home in the Hoshiarpur district of Punjab and the location of his studio in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Canada. Some of the threats were made via WhatsApp calls, with the numbers appearing to originate from Pakistan and Malaysia. In February 2023, Bains also received a threatening letter which he claimed was from the Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF).

Canada    24-Mar-2023

Sikhs For Justice issues threat to big leaders of the country

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the head of Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), in an audio message on March 17 threatened to teach the big leaders of the country a lesson and also threw a challenge to Gujarat police. The message, which was pre-recorded and directed to numerous mobile users in Gujarat, contained Pannun's allegation that the Union government's leaders were accountable for the fatalities of Sikh farmers who demonstrated against the new agricultural policies in 2020-2021. The audio message went on to caution that the SFJ would not pardon the government for those casualties.

Gujarat, India    17-Mar-2023

SFJ threatens to storm the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmadabad

Thousands of people in Gujarat on March 8 received bulk messages and pre-recorded calls, purportedly by the head of Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) Gurupatwant Singh Pannun, threatening to “storm into the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium” in Ahmadabad in Gujarat. In the pre-recorded voice message, Pannun stated, “People of Gujarat, on 9th March, stay home and stay safe because pro-Khalistan Sikhs are going to storm Narendra Modi cricket stadium and install Khalistani flag. Do not become a victim between pro-Khalistan Sikhs and Indian police (sic)”. The messages were aimed at creating panic amongst people ahead of the visit of the prime ministers of India and Australia.

Ahmadabad, Gujarat    08-Mar-2023

Perth's Swaminarayan Temple gets threatening call from Khalistanis

The President of Swaminarayan Temple located on Marshall Road in Perth, Australia received a threatening call on March 7. The President of the Temple, Vinodbhai Hirani said that he received a call from a man who identified himself as "Gurupdesh Singh," from an American number, who warned, "the Hindus community to support Khalistan or face dire consequences". Notably, the Khalistan supporters recently vandalized the Laxmi Narayan Temple in Brisbane on March 4, which was the fifth attempt against Hindu temples in the last two months in Australia.

Perth, Australia    07-Mar-2023

Self-proclaimed Khalistan leader Amritpal Singh threatens Home Minister Amit Shah

Amritpal Singh, who is the head of ‘Waris Punjab De’ has given a life threatening warning to Union Home Minister Amit Shah on February 20. In his recent address in Budhsingh Wala village of Moga District, Singh said, "We will do the same to Amit Shah as happened to Indira Gandhi."

Punjab    20-Feb-2023

Hindu temple in Brisbane gets threatening call from Khalistanis

The president and the vice president of Gayatri Mandir in Brisbane, Australia, Jai Ram and Dharmesh Prasad, has received threatening calls from pro-Khalistani supporter on February 17. According to reports, a man who identified himself as 'Guruawadesh Singh' claimed that he was calling from Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, and asked the Hindu community to support the 'Khalistan Referendum' and to raise pro-Khalistani slogans if it wanted to observe Maha Shivratri peacefully, which falls on February 18. He also threatened to send his men from Melbourne to make sure that the Hindu devotees of Gayatri Mandir support Khalistan.

Brisbane, Australia    17-Feb-2023

BJP leader receives threats for ‘speaking against Khalistan’

Gagandeep Singh Kainth, who is president of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s youth wing (rural), said that on January 27 he received threat calls from an international number on his WhatsApp number, but he did not answer the calls. He said that later he received WhatsApp messages from the same number. “The sender threatened me for supporting the BJP and threatened to shoot me dead. The accused also sent him pictures of weapons to threaten him. He also said that anyone who would speak against Khalistan would face dire consequences,” Kainth said.

Punjab    27-Jan-2023

SFJ issues death threat to SC advocate Vineet Jindal

The Supreme Court (SC) advocate Vineet Jindal on January 23 filed a complaint with Delhi police against an unknown person linked to the Khalistani terrorist organisation Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) for giving life threats on calls and WhatsApp. In his complaint, Jindal said that he had received death threats from terrorist organisations, including Babbar Khalsa International (BKI), SFJ and Islamic terrorists as well. According to sources, Jindal received death threats from two international numbers +61474268548 and +15105841217. Later, he also received a death threat in messages on WhatsApp from +61474268645. In the message, there was a video message from Khalistani supporters who burnt an effigy. There was a message with images of the gun firing at a mat.

New Delhi    23-Jan-2023

Uttar Pradesh BJP MP receives threat on WhatsApp

Ghanshyam Singh Lodhi, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Lok Sabha MP (Member of Parliament) from Rampur district of Uttar Pradesh said that he received threatening messages on WhatsApp in the name of ‘Lashkar-e-Khalsa Sandeep Singh Khalistani’. He complained that the terror organization threatened to kill him after registering an FIR at the Civil Lines police station. The text message found on WhatsApp said that if the case is not withdrawn, he will be killed. Earlier, he received threats through WhatsApp, after which an FIR was lodged.

Uttar Pradesh    07-Jan-2023

Pro-Khalistani group Issues warning to Rahul Gandhi

The pro-Khalistan group, Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) issued a warning for Congress leader Rahul Gandhi ahead of his Bharat Jodo Yatra which will enter Punjab on January 11. The Khalistani group once again threatened the Congress leader and challenged him to walk on the streets of Punjab. The group in the video said that a "bomb found in the park near CM Bhagwant Mann's Chandigarh residence could also have been found on the helipad."

Punjab    03-Jan-2023

Shiv Sena leader gets death threat after Sudhir Suri's murder

Days after Hindu leader Sudhir Suri was shot dead, the Shiv Sena (Taksali) Punjab chairman Sunil Kumar alias Bunty on November 9 received a life-threatening call saying, "you are next." The anonymous caller, who called him on WhatsApp, said, "tera number lagne wala hai, aur ab tera kya banta hai dekhta ja." (You are next. Just wait and watch what happens to you.)

Punjab    09-Nov-2022

Hindu leaders get death threats from Gopal Singh Chawla

In a video, which was widely circulated on social networking sites, Gopal Singh Chawla, a pro-Khalistan leader hidden in Pakistan had threatened to kill Hindu outfit leader Amit Arora and national joint coordinator of All India Congress Committee (Kisan Congress) Gursimran Singh Mand. The video was released after the murder of Hindu outfit leader Sudhir Suri. Arora is already on terrorist groups’ target and had survived an attack in 2016. Police restricted these leaders from stepping out from their houses. Police have also increased vigil outside residences of various Hindu outfit leaders.

Punjab    05-Nov-2022

Sikh activist receives death threat from Khalistanis

Sikh activist Puneet Sahani, who coordinates the content on Sikhs for Enlightenment Values Association (SEVA), on April 6, 2022, received a death threat from Khalistanis on Twitter. The Twitter user utf8tty (Name mentioned as ‘Eintmaar’ that means ‘someone who throws bricks’) shared a recording clip in which a person who has the same Display Picture (DP) and name as Twitter handle utf8tty says, “They do not know who I am. Listen to me. I have hired two private investigators to find the whereabouts of Puneet Sahani. I will perforate him the day we find the address. These people are nothing in front of us.” Later, the Twitter user utf8tty was suspended on April 7.

USA    06-Apr-2022

Karnataka HC judges get threat calls from SFJ over hijab row

Issuing a warning to concerned judges of the Karnataka High Court (HC) that have prescribed a student dress code, the chief of the banned extremist group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) threatened that it would start a 'hijab referendum' similar to the 'Khalistan referendum'. In the audio message, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun said, "This message is for Karnataka High Court judges... do not ban the hijab. this message is from Sikhs For Justice general counsel Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, from Washington DC." Pannun warned about bad consequences if they ban hijab.

Karnataka    13-Feb-2022

SFJ issues threatening call to block Prime Minister Narendra Modi

The pro-Khalistani outfit, Sikhs For Justice’s (SFJ) chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, in his new video, called to block any of Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi’s movement in Punjab ahead of the Assembly elections. In the threatening video, Pannun also states that the PM will be reminded of Indira Gandhi.

Punjab    07-Feb-2022

Supreme Court lawyers receive threat call from Sikhs For Justice

The Supreme Court lawyers on January 17, 2022, received a threat call from pro-Khalistan outfit Sikhs for Justice (SFJ). In the call received by some SC lawyers, the SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun threatened the lawyers for filing a complaint against Pannu for announcing a 1 million dollars reward to block Prime Minister Narendra Modi and raise the Khalistan flag instead of the tricolor in Delhi on the Republic Day. Pannun warned of protests against apex court lawyers whenever they go abroad and he maintained that SFJ will not allow retired SC judge Indu Malhotra to proceed with the inquiry into the PM's security breach. In the call, Pannun was heard saying, "You have filed a complaint against SFJ and put yourself in a dangerous position. Now we will hold anti-Sikh, anti-Muslim advocates accountable. While we will block Modi on January 26 and raise Khalistan flags, we will not allow Indu Malhotra to investigate Modi terror plot. We are preparing a list of advocates who visit foreign nations and you will hear from us peacefully, democratically, and loudly."

New Delhi    17-Jan-2022

News channel received threats calls from pro-Khalistani forces

The news channel, Times Now headquarters in Noida received threats calls from pro-Khalistani forces. Rahul Shivshankar, Editor-in-Chief, Times Now, said, "We are getting these calls from both - Canada and the UK. We know who these people are. We will be contacting the Canadian High Commission and the British High Commission and taking up the matter with the government."

Noida    12-Jan-2022

Supreme Court lawyers received threatening calls from pro-Khalistanis

Through pre-recorded calls to some Supreme Court (SC) lawyers, the pro-Khalistani group claimed the responsibility for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s security breach at Punjab and warned of dire consequences should the apex court take up the case. The call was received some of the lawyers in the morning, at around 10.40 am, the same time when the court was hearing a public interest litigation on the matter, and decided to set up a committee to look into the breach. The the Supreme Court Advocates-on-Record Association (SCAORA) in its complaint said, “Several members of SCAORA received an anonymous, automated pre-recorded call from number +447418365564, once at approximately 10.40 am and another call at 12.36 pm on January 10 fastening responsibility for Prime Minister Modi’s security breach during his visit to Punjab on January 5 on Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) from US, wherein it was stated that SFJ is responsible for blocking PM Modi’s cavalcade at Hussainwala flyover in Punjab.” The letter went on to state that “the caller further warned the Supreme Court judges to refrain from hearing the PIL filed by NGO Lawyers Voice seeking probe into the security breach on the ground that the SC has not been able to punish the culprits of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.”

Punjab    10-Jan-2022

Pannun issued veiled threats to the Indian government and Prime Minister

Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, in a video released on January 5, 2022, issued veiled threats to the Indian government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, claiming that Punjab had taken the first steps toward independence. “The people of Punjab have made their decision today.” He went on to say that when “Indira had arrived with weaponry, they had returned the favour” (referring to the murder of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi), “Modi and his government should take notice.” Pannun added that the Free Khalistan Referendum campaign began on January 5 when ‘Tirange wale’ evacuated Punjab for Delhi, while ‘Khande and Kesri wale’ drove India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi to depart Punjab.

Punjab    05-Jan-2022

Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) threatened Manjinder Singh Sirsa

On December 2, 2021, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, Legal Advisor, Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), in an audio message threatened Manjinder Singh Sirsa, now a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party. Reminding Sirsa of the attack on Manjit Singh during his visit to the US, Pannun warned Sirsa to be ready to face similar consequences.

Punjab    02-Dec-2021

Pro-Khalistan group threatens Punjab CM Amarinder Singh and Governor VP SIngh

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, leader of the pro-Khalistan outfit Sikh for Justice (SFJ), in an audio message, threatened Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Captain Amarinder Singh and Governor VP Singh Badnore of their political death if they hoist the Indian tricolour on the occasion of Independence Day on August15. In this audio message, Pannun was discussing about the farmers' movement and it has been said that 'Our farmers are dying, in such a situation the hoisting of the tricolour on August 15 will not be tolerated.'

Punjab    07-Aug-2021

Sikhs For Justice threatens UP CM Yogi Adityanath

On August 6, 2021, the pro-Khalistan outfit, Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), in an audio message, threatened Uttar Pradesh (UP) Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath that he will not be allowed to hoist the national flag on Independence Day. According to reports, an audio message in the name of SFJ's Gurpatwant Singh Pannun from an international phone number (+6478079192) has been received by UP Police which not only warned CM Adityanath against hosting the national flag on August 15 but also said that thermal plants will be shut down on the same say. It also warned that western areas in Uttar Pradesh i.e., from Saharanpur to Rampur will be taken over by Khalistan.

Uttar Pradesh    06-Aug-2021

Pro-Khalistan outfit threatens BJP President JP Nadda

Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, on August 2, 2021, through recorded phone calls, threatened Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president Jagat Prakash Nadda. The pre-recorded audio calls were received on the phones of journalists based in Una, Hamirpur, Kullu and Solan districts of Himachal Pradesh. The caller, who introduced himself as Pannun, said that JP Nadda is personally responsible for the death of thousands of farmers in the country, and JP Nadda is associated with the BJP and because of the BJP, no hearing is being given to the agitating farmers.

Himachal Pradesh    02-Aug-2021

SFJ threatens Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister against hoisting tricolor on August 15

The pro-Khalistan outfit Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) on July 30, 2021, issued a threat that Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister (CM) Jai Ram Thakur will not be allowed to hoist the national flag on the occasion of Independence Day on August 15. The threat was made through a recorded phone call to a majority of Shimla-based journalists, and the caller identified himself as the general counsel for SFJ, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun. In the audio message the person said, “Himachal Pradesh was part of Punjab and we are seeking a referendum in there. We will liberate Punjab, and make sure that we take over Himachal which was part of Punjab". He then, sought the support of pro-Khalistan Sikhs, and the farmers and said, "We will not allow Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur to hoist Indian Tricolour."

Shimla    30-Jul-2021

Sikhs for Justice threatens Delhi Police

The banned Khalistani organization Sikh for Justice (SFJ) threatened the Delhi Police to stay away from the farmers' movement. SFJ leader Gurpatwant Singh Pannun in an audio message said that “the farmers of Punjab are going to capture the Parliament on July 22. If Delhi Police tries to stop them, the result will be bad.”

India    21-Jul-2021

Temple trust gets threat from Khalistani operatives

Mandir Sri Ram Balaji Dham Charitable Trust located in Kale Ghanupur in Amritsar district on May 15, 2021, complained that it had been getting threat letters from Khalistani operatives to bomb the temple if the trust did not stop its operations. The office-bearers of the trust also said that trust president Sant Ashnil Kumar was attacked by unscrupulous elements a number of times. They threatened him and asked to shut down the operations of the temple in the area. They said the trust was involved in social service, including providing monthly ration to the needy and widow, medical facilities including free dispensary and physiotherapy centres, pension, marriages of poor girls and monetary help to the people following untoward incidents.

Amritsar, Punjab    15-May-2021

The Punjab Chief Minister and LK Advani receive death threats from Sikhs For Justice

The Chief Minister of Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Lal Krishna Advani received death threats from the Khalistani outfit Sikhs For Justice (SFJ). The leader of SFJ, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun on November 2, 2020, released posters to kill the Chief Minister and LK Advani after which the Security agencies have become cautious.

Punjab    02-Nov-2020

Khalistani supporters threaten to kill national chairman of Shivsena Shuryavanshi, Sunil Bhasin

The national chairman of Shivsena Shuryavanshi, Sunil Bhasin received a death threat from a WhatsApp group named ‘Khalistan Yodha’ in which the message says that “Get ready, you will also be killed by the bullets, keep as much security as you want. Every such person who will mess with the Sikh community will be killed- Khalistan Zindabad.” Basin had mailed the entire threat details to the DGP of Punjab Police and the city police commissioner. He had received such threats several times earlier too, where he was threatened to be killed.

Punjab    21-Oct-2020

Anti-terrorist front chief gets death threats from Khalistanis

Anti-Terrorist Front India president Viresh Shandilya on July 12, 2020, received a death threat over the phone. Shandilya received a phone call in the night with the caller threatening him for speaking against pro-Khalistan sympathizers. Shandilya alleged that the caller said he will be eliminated like former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh, who was assassinated way back in 1995. He said, “I have been speaking against pro-Khalistani elements. I have been raising my voice against Gurpatwant Singh Pannun of the banned pro-Khalistan outfit Sikhs for Justice and the secessionist campaign he has started from the foreign soil.”

Haryana    12-Jul-2020

Life threat against Ludhiana MP Ravneet Singh Bittu

An unidentified caller threatened to kill the Congress’ Member of Parliament (MP) from Ludhiana, Ravneet Singh Bittu and another local party leader Gursimran Singh Mand in Punjab. Gursimran Singh Mand said that the caller gave the threat in a three-minute long call on February 13 evening in which the person also used abusive language against late Chief Minister Beant Singh. Ravneet Singh Bittu is the grandson of Beant Singh who was killed by Khalistani militants in 1995. Bittu had been threatened by the radical Khalistani elements earlier as well. Excerpts from the call: “Have you seen death, how it can come to you, Bittu? We will kill you the same way Beant Singh was killed.”

India    13-Feb-2020

SFJ threatens Punjab's Minister for Jails Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa

SFJ, through a video message, threatened Punjab's Minister for Jails Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa over his criticism against its ‘Referendum 2020' campaign. In a video posted on Twitter, the SFJ representative said, “Will you come to Canada or should we handle you in India". Using a foul language against the minister, he further warned that, "Wearing a tag of ‘Referendum 2020', we are roaming openly the world over. If you have guts, spare yourself from bodyguards. You visit any gurudwara without security and our men will teach you a lesson".

United States    02-Apr-2018

Khalistanis threatens to Kill Shiv Sena’s Vice President Yogesh Batish

Khalistani supporter threatened to kill Shiv Sena, Punjab state’s Vice President Yogesh Batish. According to Batish, on August 18, 2017 night, he received a phone call from an unidentified number from Bahrain, in which a person identified himself as Karnail Singh threatened to kill him. The caller allegedly said, “Your death is only a few days away, you are a threat to Khalistan and supporter of Hindu religion.”

Punjab, India    18-Aug-2017

BKI member calls for killing Hindus

Khalistani extremist associated with the Babbar Khalsa International (BKI), Ajaib Singh Bagri on July 28, 1984, during the founding convention of the World Sikh Organization (WSO) at Madison Square Garden in New York, US, openly called for revenge against India and Hindus. In his speech, he repeatedly said “Until we kill 50,000 Hindus, we will not rest.”

New York, USA    28-Jul-1984

The ATFI chief Viresh Shandilya receives death threat from Khalistani supporters

Khalistani supporters threatened to kill the National President of the Anti-Terrorist Front India (ATFI) Viresh Shandilya. In the video, Khalistani leaders can be heard saying “When we did not spare Indira Gandhi; who is Shandilya?... We will burn him alive just tell us the place and time….”