Sikh bodies slam Indian sponsored attack on Gurdwaras

New York: Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) founder Gurpatwant Singh Pannun condemned the latest attack on Gurdwara in Afghanistan which is carried out “by non-state actors”.  Pannun has urged the Sikh community to support the Khalistan referendum to create a Sikh homeland in “Indian occupied Punjab”.

He maintained, “Once Sikhs have Khalistan, all those involved in non-state and state terrorism against Sikhs will be held accountable under the international laws”.

Sikh leader called upon Sikh bodies such as Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) to openly support 26 January voting for the referendum in India instead of pleading the Modi regime for help in this regard.

It is pertinent to mention here that an attack claimed by Daesh sponsored by RAW on Gurdwara Karte Parwan in Afghan capital Kabul killed at least two people and seven injured. RAW is targeting & eliminating Sikhs around the globe. Last few months have witnessed arrest of key Sikh leadership including Navjot Singh Sidhu, target killings of Sikh stars and proponent of farmer’s movement including recent killing of Sidhu Moosewala.

An attack at another temple in Kabul in 2020 that killed 25 was also claimed by Daesh. RAW is targeting innocent Sikhs to make them realize that they are not safe anywhere in the world if they support Khalistan Movement. Intensity of such attack will continue until Sikhs will submit to Indian grand design of accepting Brahmin Supremacy and forgo demand of Khalistan movement.

RAW agents are active in Europe through a smear propaganda campaign to defame Sikhs in US and West with a view to break momentum of Khalistan movement. United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan has strongly condemned the attack. “Attacks on civilians must cease immediately. UNAMA calls for protection of all minorities in Afghanistan, including Sikhs, Hazaras and Sufis”.  Web Desk

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