Open Polls in Khalistan and Pakistan, open office in Lahore
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s poles have once again opened for support to Khalistan against India. This time, a new Blue Print has been prepared for the anti-India propaganda campaign in Pakistan, which the Pakistan Government and the army will cooperate with. In Pakistan, Nankana Sahib is celebrated to celebrate the 549th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, this new hammer is being used to provoke anti-India sentiments of thousands of Sikh pilgrims from different countries including India. For this, after the introduction of posters of Khalistan support to the Nankana Sahib Gurudwara by the Pakistan government, the Khalistan campaigners have now been allowed to open their office in Lahore for the ‘Referndam 2020’.
The purpose of the ‘Referndam 2020’ campaign is to separate Punjab from the rest of India, so that East Pakistan can be separated, which has created Bangladesh. According to the information, a permanent office of SFJ will be set up in Lahore for registration of ‘Ref: 2020’. It will also work as an information center for the Sikhs. Gurpantwant Singh Poonun of SFJ said on Thursday that he will start registration of votes for ‘Janmat 2020’ during the 550th anniversary celebration of Guru Nanak Dev next year.
Pannun confirmed that the banners bearing the life of Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale and the flags of Khalistan will be planted in the entire Nankana Sahib campus for the promotion of ‘Referendum 2020’. Apart from this, SFJ workers will distribute T-shirts and booklets for the promotion of referendum for the freedom of Punjab among Sikh devotees who go to Pakistan from different countries. Intelligence sources believe that a top Pakistan Army officer has been appointed for this campaign against India. According to sources, Pakistani army and ISI officials are also holding meetings with many Sikh leaders in Britain and the US to discuss bringing together the militants of Khalistan and Kashmiri militants.
Explain that Visa has been issued on behalf of Pakistan to visit 3,800 Indian Sikhs to go to Pakistan to visit Gurudwara Nankana Sahib on the occasion of Guru Nanak Dev’s 549th birth anniversary. This journey is taking place from November 21 to 30 this year. According to the media report, posters of Khalistan supporters have been installed against India in the gurdwaras of Pakistan. Especially, such posters have been installed in the way of Nankana Sahib, which is a sign of danger.