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Fresh case filed by NIA against SFJ promoter Pannun

Fresh case filed by NIA against SFJ promoter Pannun

Designated terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun is facing legal action for issuing threats against individuals flying on Air India and the airline itself, prompting the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to register a case under the Indian Penal Code and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). The NIA revealed on Monday that Pannun, claiming the title of general counsel for the banned organization "Sikhs for Justice" (SFJ), had released video messages on November 4 urging Sikhs to abstain from flying on Air India planes starting November 19, alleging a potential threat to their lives.

In response to Pannun's threats, a high alert was issued, and investigations were initiated by security forces in Canada, India, and other countries served by Air India. Pannun's provocative messages were disseminated across various social media platforms, amplifying concerns about the safety of Air India passengers. The seriousness of the situation led to the invocation of the UAPA, reflecting the gravity of the charges against Pannun.

This development underscores the collaborative efforts among international security forces to address and investigate threats that transcend national borders, emphasizing the need for vigilance and cooperation in dealing with individuals and organizations engaged in unlawful activities with potential global implications.

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Fresh case filed by NIA against SFJ promoter Pannun

Fresh case filed by NIA against SFJ promoter Pannun

Designated terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun is facing legal action for issuing threats against individuals flying on Air India and the airline itself, prompting the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to register a case under the Indian Penal Code and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). The NIA revealed on Monday that Pannun, claiming the title of general counsel for the banned organization "Sikhs for Justice" (SFJ), had released video messages on November 4 urging Sikhs to abstain from flying on Air India planes starting November 19, alleging a potential threat to their lives.

In response to Pannun's threats, a high alert was issued, and investigations were initiated by security forces in Canada, India, and other countries served by Air India. Pannun's provocative messages were disseminated across various social media platforms, amplifying concerns about the safety of Air India passengers. The seriousness of the situation led to the invocation of the UAPA, reflecting the gravity of the charges against Pannun.

This development underscores the collaborative efforts among international security forces to address and investigate threats that transcend national borders, emphasizing the need for vigilance and cooperation in dealing with individuals and organizations engaged in unlawful activities with potential global implications.

 
 
 

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