‘Pak’s ISI Funds Khalistani Pannun’: Referendum to Immigration, Intel Sources Decode Strategy

Oct 31, 2023

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, leader of banned pro-Khalistan group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), who has been designated as a terrorist in India, is being funded by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), according to top intelligence sources. The numbers he gives out on Khalistani referendums, too, are fabricated, they said.

Initially, Pannun had denied his association with the ISI, but he recently attended the Pakistan HC Kashmir Day event in London, said sources.

“He is running an immigration racket. His idea is to instigate the youth of Punjab born after 1984 against India over alleged atrocities against the Sikh community. A majority of youth from Punjab wants to migrate to Canada, the United Kingdom (UK) and United State of America (USA) and Pannun is using them as free labour. His idea is to attack leaders, the map and flag of India," said sources.


According to intel sources, the ISI has approved the plan. “Despite spending a huge amount of money, Pakistan never won any war against India, be it in 1965, 1971 or 1991. However, by just spending USD 20,000 on Pannun’s propaganda war against India, they are getting big results," they said.

Pannun is getting money from innocent youths and donations in the name of war. “He has made all gurdwaras of the UK, Canada and USA breeding grounds for anti-India sentiments. According to a witness, ISI operatives are regular visitors there," said sources.

Sources said that Pannun’s actions serve ISI’s purpose in India too. “In the name of spoiled sentiments, they create overground workers (OGW) in border areas and send drugs and weapons through drones regularly, which is a major source of earning for junior-level ISI officials," sources said.

Pannun’s referendum rallies in Canada were complete failures, said local sources, adding the numbers being given out, alleging public support for Khalistan, too, are fake.

“In the September 10 poll, the SFJ claimed they got 1.35 lakh votes, but in reality only 2,398 people came out to vote. In case of the October 29 poll too, contrary to the claims of 2 lakh voters, only 2,000 voters, mostly students and old set of supporters, voted," said local sources.

After looking at the response, the SFJ wants to conduct one more referendum

Source: https://www.news18.com/amp/india/paks-isi-funds-khalistani-pannun-forged-referendum-figures-to-immigration-racket-intel-sources-decode-strategy-exclusive-8641824.html