Financial Times exposes indian terrorism in the United States

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun is campaigning globally for the Khalistan Referendum.

The British newspaper Financial Times has made a dangerous revelation about indian terrorism in the United States of America.

According to the report, American and Canadian intelligence agencies have confirmed that India wanted to kill US-based Sikh leader Gurpatwant Singh Pannun. Due to the intervention of the American authorities, the life of Gurpatwant Singh Pannun was saved.

People familiar with the alleged Indian conspiracy spoke to the British newspaper Financial Times and said that the American intelligence foiled the Indian conspiracy to kill Gurpatwant Singh Pannun and warned India.

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun is campaigning globally for the Khalistan Referendum. 13 lakh Sikhs have participated in the referendum for Khalistan referendum.

It should be noted that after the killing of Hardeep Singh Nagar in Canada, America was informed about this conspiracy by some of its allies.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau blamed India for the murder of Hardeep Singh in September. According to the newspaper, America also protested to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on this matter.

According to the newspaper Financial Times, in addition to the diplomatic warning, US prosecutors have also charged one person in connection with the plot. The US Department of Justice is considering whether to drop the indictment or make the charges public or await the Canadian investigation.

On the other hand, the US government and the FBI refused to comment on the case, while Gurpatwant Singh Pannun also refused to elaborate on the conspiracy warning from the US authorities.

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun said that the American authorities are responding to the threats to my life from India. The threat to the life of an American citizen is a challenge to American sovereignty that the Joe Biden administration is capable of addressing.

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