The banned Khalistani Terror outfit Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) issued a fresh threat to Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and Director General of Police Viresh Bhawra for taking action against the supporters who are accused in the Patiala violence case.
SFJ’s chief and designated terrorist, Gurpatwant Singh Pannu in a video statement warned CM and DGP against taking action against the Khalistani supporters accused in Patiala Violence.
He further warned Mann and Bhawra against following a policy pursued by the late CM Beant Singh failing which they will have to face consequences.
He reminded them what had happened to Late Beant Singh during the 1990s.
Pannu further asked the police not to disrespect the family members of the Sikhs named in connection with the Patiala clash.
He also warned that the children of AAP leaders and police officials studying in Australia, the UK, Canada and the US will be forced by SFJ to return back home if the children of the accused are harassed.
The clash took place outside the Kali Mata temple when members of an outfit that calls itself Shiv Sena (Bal Thackeray) began a ‘Khalistan Murdabad March’.
Some Sikh activists, including Nihangs, took out another march against the Sena event.
Near the Kali Mata temple, the two groups came face to face and hurled stones at each other. The temple gates were locked and police deployed in large numbers to prevent the situation from escalating further in the city, police said.
A Sena leader said the outfit had planned the march as a reply to the announcement by ‘Sikhs for Justice’ to mark the ‘foundation day of Khalistan” on April 29.