London: Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), a pro-Khalistan separatist organization, threatened to close Indian embassies in London, Birmingham, Frankfurt, Vancouver, Toronto, Washington DC, San Francisco and New York on Monday. , Tractor and Truck Rallies to Support Punjab Farmers. The announcement comes just a day after SFJ activist Paramjit Singh Pamma and some supporters of the NIA’s Most Wanted list were seen waving blue and yellow Khalistani flags at the London “Kisan Rally” hosted by Punjabi immigrants on Sunday. .
“Khalistan is the only solution to the plight of Punjab farmers,” said SFJ general counsel Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, “We have called for the shutdown of Indian embassies on UN Human Rights Day.”
He said the dress was reassured by the stance of the Canadian Prime Minister (Justin) Trudeau, UK MPs and the UN Secretary-General on supporting peasant protests.
While 13 protesters were arrested in London for violating the Kovid rules at Sunday’s rally, Birmingham-based Pamma and 15-20 supporters mingled freely with people who had descended on the streets in response to Sikh organizations’ union call. Although not an SFJ member, the Federation made clear on Monday that “everyone concerned with the situation of the farmers is free to participate in peaceful protests.”
The Indian High Commission’s Minister of Politics, Press and Information, Vishwesh Negi, said the mission would coordinate with UK officials to determine how such a meeting would take place without prior authorization. He said the authorities had already raised the matter with UK foreign and home offices.
The High Commission was informed that the organization representing the Punjabi diaspora had sought permission from the police for a drive-by protest involving 40 vehicles. “In the end, about 700 vehicles took part in the rally,” Negi said.
“A large number of protesters – 3,500 to 4,000 people – exceeded the social exclusion criteria during the epidemic, ahead of the High Commission. It was soon clear that the meeting was led by anti-India separatists.
Immigrant protests were also held in Canada, the US, Australia and New Zealand, but did not include any separatist Sikh outfit.
Kuldeep Singh Chaheru, one of the three co-ordinators of the London protest, said: “The FSO officially organized a protest outside the Indian High Commission on Sunday in support of protesting farmers in Delhi, with over 30 years of experience in organizing peaceful protests in London. Thousands of people attended and were mainly from the Sikh community, but included non-Sikhs. One or two people came with the Khalistan banners and 15-20 people from the Sikhs for Justice with their 2020 referendum flags. ”
Pamma, a “designated terrorist” in India, is believed to have left the Punjab in the mid-1990s and traveled to Pakistan in 2000 before being granted political asylum in Britain. He is affiliated with separatist organizations Babbar Khalsa International and Khalistan Tiger Force. , The 2010 Patiala and Ambala twin blasts and the 2009 murder of the National Sikh Sangat leader Rulda Singh
Pamma was arrested and imprisoned in Portugal in December 2015 on an extradition request from India. However, the extradition did not come and he returned to live in Britain.


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