Pro-Khalistan MP Simranjit Singh Mann begins fearmongering after motion towards Amritpal Singh2 min read
On nineteenth March 2023, pro-Khalistan MP and Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) chief Simranjit Singh Mann indulged in fearmongering over the latest crackdown by the Punjab police towards Amritpal Singh – the chief of the controversial pro-Khalistan outfit Waris Punjab De. Simranjit Singh Mann tried to push the speculation that the state police could execute the absconding 30-year-old Amritpal Singh in an encounter. He added that there might be a fierce response among the many Sikh group everywhere in the world if such an encounter takes place.
While talking in a media interplay Simranjit Singh Mann mentioned, “Amritpal Singh is declared a fugitive, and the center and state are wrong to do this. They need to produce him in front of the magistrate. If they fail to do so and if he gets killed in some encounter then it will create unrest among the Sikhs not only in the country but all over the world. As a responsible member of parliament, I want to tell the government that they should not have taken this step and they should not kill him.”
In the sunshine of contrasting information from numerous media retailers, I’ve apprehensions of a attainable additional judicial encounter of S Amritpal Singh.
I counsel @BhagwantMann @PunjabGovtIndia to chorus from any additional excesses being dedicated on our youth. pic.twitter.com/l18KTUeIHG
— Simranjit Singh Mann (@SimranjitSADA) March 19, 2023
Crackdown towards Amritpal Sigh
On March 18, Punjab Police launched a large crackdown towards pro-Khalistan chief Amritpal Singh and his associates in Punjab. Security personnel from Central businesses, together with CRPF within the state for the G20 summit, joined the operation with Punjab Police. The Police arrested 78 associates of Amritpal Singh in the course of the operation. However, Singh was nonetheless on the run when this report was written. Punjab Police issued an advisory to not imagine rumors on social media. Furthermore, web providers had been shut within the state till March 19, 12 PM, and prolonged to March 20, 12 PM. Punjab Government imposed Section 144 within the state to make sure regulation and order.
Tarsem Singh, Amritpal Singh’s father, has said that the household is at the moment unaware of Amritpal’s whereabouts and that he has been lacking for a while. He claimed, that the Punjab Police searched their residence for 3 to 4 hours with out uncovering something unlawful.