Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun issues dire warning for Air India passengers on November 19


In an alarming new development, a threatening video by Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun has emerged, causing ripples across the aviation sector. Pannun, known for his extremist views, has issued a stark warning against traveling on Air India flights scheduled for November 19, hinting at severe risks to passengers’ safety.

Air India Passengers Face Grave Warning for November 19 Flights

The video, which quickly gained traction on social media platforms, features Pannun urging the Sikh community to steer clear of Air India on this particular day, proclaiming a “global blockade” and asserting that the lives of individuals choosing to fly with the national carrier could be endangered. This announcement has stirred unease among travelers and security agencies alike.

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Khalistani Terrorist Claims Disruption at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport

Further escalating tensions, Pannun has declared that Delhi’s IGI Airport would be inoperable on the same date, also indicating a potential name change for the airport, intensifying the disruptive rhetoric. The day coincides with the much-anticipated final match of the ongoing cricket World Cup, a detail that adds a layer of complexity to the threat due to the expected influx of travelers and fans.

On October 10, the chief of the outlawed US-based Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) group had already caused a stir with his menacing message to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, evoking the Israel-Palestine conflict and hinting at a violent ‘reaction’ in India. “People under illegal occupation from Punjab to Palestine will react. And violence begets violence,” Pannun had ominously stated in a prior video.

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NIA’s Hunt for Khalistani Operative Intensifies

Pannun, originally from Amritsar, has been under the vigilant watch of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) since 2019. The NIA has implicated him as a central figure in orchestrating terror acts, spreading dread through his intimidating messages across Punjab and other Indian states. Following non-bailable warrants issued by a special NIA court in early 2021, Pannun was designated as a “Proclaimed Offender” in November of the same year.

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With the safety of countless travelers at stake, the recent developments have put national security on high alert, as authorities work to counter the ominous threats posed by Pannun and his organization. The situation remains tense, with the aviation industry and security forces bracing for November 19, a date now marked with uncertainty and fear due to the potential threat to air travel.

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