Khalistan agenda: Why is Delhi Metro graffiti frightening the nation?

In a recent and alarming incident that unfolded in Delhi on Sunday, August 27, several metro stations in the national capital became the canvas for a controversial message promoting Khalistan. This graffiti also prominently featured the name of the separatist group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ).

The walls bore statements like “Delhi Banega Khalistan” (Delhi will become Khalistan) and “Khalistan Zindabad” (Long live Khalistan). It is reported that the Delhi Police has initiated legal proceedings in response to this incident.

The Unsettling Display

Ahead of the highly anticipated G20 Summit, Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) took it upon themselves to release raw footage from Delhi metro stations showcasing these pro-Khalistan slogans.

According to the Delhi Police, SFJ activists were visibly present at multiple metro stations in Delhi, stretching from Shivaji Park to Punjabi Bagh, where these pro-Khalistan slogans were brazenly displayed.

Swift Action Taken

In response to the graffiti at Shivaji Park Metro station, Delhi Police wasted no time in addressing the situation. They promptly removed the pro-Khalistan slogans, asserting their commitment to maintaining law and order.

A Disturbing Pattern

Regrettably, this is not an isolated incident. Northern India has witnessed several instances of graffiti supporting the separatist Khalistani movement in recent times. These provocative messages have previously surfaced in regions like Haryana and Himachal Pradesh.

Khalistan Agenda Why is Delhi Metro Graffiti Frightening the Nation
Khalistan Agenda Why is Delhi Metro Graffiti Frightening the Nation

In May 2022, the state government of Himachal Pradesh faced considerable embarrassment when Khalistani flags and slogans were discovered outside the gates of the state assembly.

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The Persistent SFJ

Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) has been a consistent advocate for the Khalistani separatist movement. This controversial group has been actively involved in promoting its agenda.

Recent unconfirmed reports even suggested that Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, a key figure in the Khalistan movement, had met an unfortunate demise in the United States due to an accident.

In conclusion, the appearance of pro-Khalistan graffiti in Delhi’s metro stations is a concerning development that raises questions about the security and social harmony in the region.

As Delhi Police takes necessary actions to address this issue, it remains imperative to monitor the activities of groups like Sikhs For Justice to ensure peace and stability in the nation’s capital and beyond.

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