Khalistani terrorist Pannun threatens to assault Parliament on or earlier than December 13 in contemporary video: Report

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Image Source : AP Khalistani terrorist Gutpatwant Singh Pannun

Khalistani terrorist Gutpatwant Singh Pannun has once more launched a contemporary video whereby he threatened to assault the Parliament on or earlier than December 13. Notably, “December 13” is the anniversary of the Parliament assault which was carried out by 5 armed assailants and resulted within the killing of not less than six Delhi Police personnel, two Parliament Security Service personnel, and a gardener. However, in retaliation, all 5 attackers had been gunned down by safety forces.

“Will shake the very foundations of Parliament on or before 13 December,” Pannun stated in a brand new video, in accordance with media studies. According to a report by India Today, it featured a poster of the 2001 Parliament assault convict Afzal Guru with the caption ‘Delhi Banega Khalistan‘ (Delhi will flip into Khalistan). Also, he stated the conspiracy to kill him by the Indian authorities had failed.

However, India TV just isn’t ready to confirm the claims. 

The contemporary video got here at a time when the lawmakers are presently holding the Winter Session which is able to proceed until December 22.

Who is Gurupatwant Singh Pannun?

It is price mentioning that Pannun– a frontrunner of the so-called ‘Sikhs for Justice’– is needed by Indian probe companies on numerous terror expenses. Recently, his title appeared on the needed listing after he threatened to explode an Air India flight on November 18.

Earlier final week, US federal prosecutors charged Nikhil Gupta, 52, with working with an Indian authorities worker within the foiled plot to kill Pannun. The US prosecutors knowledgeable a Manhattan court docket that authorities within the Czech Republic arrested and detained Gupta– a declare that the Indian official vehemently rejected however raised “grave concerns” over the matter.

This is a breaking story. More particulars will probably be added.

 

 

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