Shocking revelation: US thwarts assassination plot against Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun
In a stunning turn of events, Sikhs for Justice chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, a figure controversially labeled a terrorist in India, has made explosive claims against the Indian government. Alleging a plot to assassinate him on US soil, Pannun has boldly placed his safety in the hands of the Biden administration.
A Challenge to American Sovereignty and Free Speech
Speaking to TIME, Pannun stated, “It is a challenge to American sovereignty. It is a threat to freedom of speech and democracy in America itself.” These remarks come amid reports from the Financial Times of a foiled plot to kill Pannun in the US, exposing a shocking nexus between terrorists, gun runners, and organized criminals.
Boycott or Bomb? The Air India Controversy
Adding fuel to the fire, Pannun discussed his recent call for a boycott of Air India, which he claimed was twisted by Indian officials into an accusation of bombing. “Somebody has to be a zombie to not differentiate between boycotting and bombing,” he said, reflecting on the charges of terrorism and conspiracy he faced earlier this month.
The Life-Threatening Narrative and the Khalistan Referendum
In his TIME interview, Pannun declared, “They cannot afford for me to be alive as I have achieved a narrative.” He spoke about his efforts to challenge India’s story of terror and terrorism, citing reports from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the US Department of State. Pannun is spearheading the Khalistan referendum voter registration in Punjab, aiming for a peaceful and democratic resolution to the question of Punjab’s independence.
A Confrontation at the G20 Summit
Adding intrigue, Pannun referred to intelligence reports about a discussion between US President Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G20 Summit. These reports suggest a potential role of India in the assassination plot targeting Pannun. “The Indian government and the Modi regime want to kill me,” he asserted, linking his plight to his leadership in the global Khalistan referendum voting campaign.
This sensational revelation follows two months after Canada reported “credible” allegations linking Indian agents to the killing of Sikh separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Vancouver, escalating diplomatic tensions between India and Canada.