Module of banned organization 'Sikh for Justice' busted, 3 arrested

Chandigarh: A terror module run by banned terror outfit Sikh for Justice has been caught in Punjab and 3 persons have been arrested. The men were reportedly engaged in preparing materials to promote referendum 20-20 to create a separate Khalistan. Meanwhile, three persons have reportedly been arrested from Khanna in Punjab and a large quantity of publicity material and printing machines have been recovered. Let me tell all of you that the Office of the Director-General of Police, Punjab informed about this. According to reports, the police have busted a module of the SFJ, an organization in the US, which was declared "illegal" by the Government of India.

In fact, the separatist module has given the opportunity to promote separatist activities, including the 'Sikh Referendum 2020.' In this case, Khanna has arrested 3 persons along with pamphlets promoting 'Referendum 2020', and five others including Gurpatwant Pannu have also been booked. On Friday, Punjab police busted a separatist module of the banned Sikh for Justice (SFJ) during a raid in Rampur village of Khanna. Let me tell all of you that SFJ was banned by the Government of India in July 2019 under the UAPA Act, promoting separatism and violent extremism in Punjab as well as under the Sikh Referendum 2020.

Their activities were aimed at creating division among communities and disturbing peace and communal harmony in Punjab. The three arrested have now been identified as Gurvinder Singh from Rampur in Khanna, Jagwinder Singh from Morinda in Ropar, and Sukhdev Singh. Police say more than 2.84 lakh pamphlets containing referendum 2020 activities have been recovered. Police have also recovered a canon printer, spray pump, and spray bottle writing separatist paintings on the walls, a laptop, three mobile phones, and a Honda City car from their possession.

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