Amritpal Singh’s open letter, after the death of Deep Sidhu, how he captured ‘Waris Punjab De’

Amritpal Singh’s open letter, after the death of Deep Sidhu, how he captured ‘Waris Punjab De’

There has been a big disclosure about separatist Amritpal Singh’s organization ‘Waris Panj-Aab De’. According to reports, he formed it only to cash in on the popularity of ‘Waris Punjab De’, an organization already run by late actor Deep Sidhu’s brother. This information has been received from the documents seized from the Punjab Police’s action against Amritpal. Accordingly, after failing to capture the organization ‘Waris Punjab De’, pro-Khalistan Amritpal formed another organization ‘Waris Panj-Aab De’ with a similar name.

Deep Sidhu’s brother Mandeep formed the organization in Fatehgarh Sahib on July 4, 2022, with the objective of promoting ‘Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan’, spreading awareness about pollution related issues, attracting drug addicts to sports To do and help people during natural calamity. In this, other strict rules were fixed including the roles and election of the office bearers. Mandeep said that the purpose of this organization was to fulfill the dream of his late brother who wanted to serve the people of Punjab.

Amritpal had asked for the papers of ‘Waris Punjab De’

In August 2022, when Amritpal returned from abroad and asked for the papers of ‘Waris Punjab De’, Mandeep refused to hand them over. The Sidhu family refused to accept Amritpal as the successor of Deep’s ideology. Family members said that the actor had ‘blocked’ Amritpal’s phone number before the tragic road accident in February 2022. Suddenly a new organization called ‘Waris Panj-Aab De’ came up with which Deep Sidhu’s official Facebook page was linked. It was registered in Moga district, showing its launch date as December 15, 2021.

Fugitive captured the organization

The number of ‘followers’ of the Facebook page became huge, leading to confusion among people who assumed that Amritpal had taken over the organization created by Deep Sidhu. Some documents unearthed during the ongoing crackdown against Amritpal suggest that the establishment of ‘Waris Panj-Aab De’ probably dates back to the past. The registered address of the organization owned by Gurmeet Singh Bukkanwala, a close aide of Amritpal, was ‘Guru Nanak Furniture Store’ in Duneke village of Moga district.

game done in praise of registration

In the ongoing crackdown against Amritpal, Gurmeet has been arrested and shifted to Dibrugarh Central Jail in Assam. During interrogation, Gurmeet has claimed that the organization was established much later. Some contacts were used to register it at a previous date. At the same time, out of 353 people arrested as part of the preventive action during the operation conducted by the Punjab Police, 197 were released till Sunday evening. Director General of Police (DGP) Gaurav Yadav said that in the last 8 days, apart from 353, 40 people have been found involved in criminal activities. National Security Act has been imposed on 7.

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