People who went to Arvind Kejriwal’s rally had carried Khalistani flags, claimed banned organization

Separatist group ‘Sikhs for Justice (SFJ)’ has released a video which claims that Khalistan flags put up outside Himachal Pradesh Assembly in Dharamsala were sent through Sikh activists. Those workers had accompanied Bhagwant Mann to attend Arvind Kejriwal’s public meeting in Mandi.

Let us tell you that Khalistan flags were found tied on the main gate and boundary wall of Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly in Dharamsala on Sunday morning.

SFJ general secretary Gurpatwant Singh Pannun said in the video, “Since Kejriwal-Mann had lured pro-Khalistan Sikhs to donate more than $6 million to AAP during Punjab elections, SFJ is trying to promote Khalistan referendum. The CM will use workers close to Bhagwant Mann.”

“The flag of Khalistan in Dharamsala is a clear message to CM Jai Ram Thakur that Himachal Pradesh will be reclaimed through Khalistan plebiscite and will once again be a part of Punjab,” Pannun said.

The SFJ has announced that the pro-Khalistan group will announce the voting date for the Khalistan referendum in Himachal Pradesh in June 2022 during the 38th year of Operation Bluestar.

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