“Sikh soldiers should support Khalistan referendum”, a big demand came up

Mumbai: Sikhs for Justice, an international organization active in the Khalistan movement, has sent a strong message to Sikh soldiers.

According to foreign media reports, Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), an international organization of Sikhs, has urged Sikh troops to fully support the Khalistan referendum to liberate Indian Punjab from Indian occupation.

This demand by the organization has come after the completion of 38 years of Operation Blue Star.

In his video message, SFJ General Counsel Gurpatwant Singh Pann gave a clear message to the Sikh soldiers in the Indian Army to stop defending the borders and join in prayers at Sri Akal Takht Sahib so that the Indian Punjab can be reached through “Khalistan Referendum”. To be liberated from Indian occupation.

The organization called on the Indian Sikh troops to leave the army and join the Khalistan referendum. Eighteen Sikhs in Jammu, Ganag Nagar, Ninth Sikh in Rajasthan, Pune, 14th Punjab in Maharashtra and Sikh soldiers of 171 Field Regiment in Alwar, Rajasthan.

Also read:Operation Blue Star: Echoes of the “Khalistan Movement” once again in India

In his video message, he recalled the June 1984 uprising by pro-Khalistan Sikh soldiers in which Indian Brigadier RS ​​Puri was shot dead in response to an Indian Army attack on Darbar Sahib.

The SFJ General Counsel asked the Sikh troops to join the referendum on the last war against India for the liberation of Indian Punjab and establishment of Khalistan, the Sikh homeland.

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