As we embark upon this odyssey of linguistic mastery, we pledge not to alter the nomenclature of the central figure, the venerable Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, nor shall we deviate from the steadfast appellation of the Canadian Hindus. Rest assured, dear reader, that this cardinal principle shall remain inviolate throughout our literary endeavor.
Khalistani Gurpatwant Singh Pannu Assets Seizes by NIA.
In this article you know how NIA Seizes Khalistani Gurpatwant Singh Pannu Assets the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has taken action to confiscate the assets of Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the leader of the pro-Khalistan extremist organization Sikhs for Justice (SFJ). These properties, located in Chandigarh and Amritsar, were seized by the investigative agency shortly after Pannun posted a provocative video online, in which he issued threats to Hindus, urging them to leave Canada.
On the same day, the NIA’s Mohali court issued an order for the confiscation of a property belonging to the deceased Khalistani extremist, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, located in BharsinghPura village in the Jalandhar district.
These actions by the investigative agency occur amidst ongoing diplomatic tensions between India and Canada regarding the issue of Khalistani extremism. While Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau remains steadfast in his claims of the involvement of Indian intelligence agencies in the killing of Nijjar, a Canadian citizen on Canadian soil, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has yet to make an official statement on the matter.
According to a report by the Hindustan Times, a notice of property confiscation was posted outside Pannun’s residence in Sector 15 of Chandigarh, which stated, “1/4th share of house no. #2033 Sector 15-C, Chandigarh, owned by Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, a ‘proclaimed offender’ in NIA case RC- 19/2020/NIA/DLI, stands confiscated to the state under section 33(5) of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, 1967 by orders of the NIA special court, SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab, Dated 14/09/2023. This is for information of the general public.” A similar notice was posted on agricultural land owned by Gurpatwant Singh Pannun in his ancestral village of Khankot in Amritsar.
The central investigative agency has seized 46 kanals of agricultural land belonging to Pannun in the village in connection with a terrorism case registered in 2020, as reported by the Hindustan Times.
The emergence of Pannun’s video followed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s explosive allegations on September 18, suggesting the “potential” involvement of Indian agents in the killing of Khalistani extremist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a Canadian citizen, on June 18 in British Columbia, while India vehemently rejected Trudeau’s claims as “absurd” and “motivated.”
Gurpatwant Singh Pannun is one of the founders of the US-based separatist group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) and actively advocates for a separate Sikh state, known as Khalistan, in the US, Canada, and the UK.
In July 2020, Pannun was designated as a terrorist by the Union home ministry, and two months later, the Indian government ordered the seizure of his assets under Section 51A of the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.
Pannun has been running a campaign against India and has been encouraging Sikh youth in his home state of Punjab to join militancy. Notably, Pannun also had close associations with the Canada-based Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, whose murder has been at the heart of the diplomatic dispute between Ottawa and New Delhi.
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