ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 become Terror World Cup, Khalistani Terrorist issued threat for fans

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 become Terror World Cup, Khalistani Terrorist issued threat for fans. Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the founder of the outlawed group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), has been the target of a First Information Report (FIR) filed by Gujarat police in Ahmedabad. He is charged with making threats to turn the Cricket World Cup, which will begin on October 5 at Narendra Modi Stadium, into a “World Terror Cup.” According to the FIR, Pannun threatened citizens all around the nation via a pre-recorded voice message using the international phone number +447418343648.

According to the message in the FIR, October 5 would not only signal the start of the “World Terror Cup,” but also the commencement of the Cricket World Cup, with Sikhs for Justice planning to fly Khalistani flags in Ahmedabad. The assassination of Shaheed Nijjar is also mentioned in Pannun’s message, which also encourages using ballots rather than weapons and bloodshed in place of voting.

The FIR states that Gurpatwant Singh Pannun is a terrorist designated by the Indian government and runs Sikhs for Justice from abroad. He is charged with fomenting fear, stirring up animosity between the Sikh community and other groups, and participating in terrorist actions in India, especially on social media. The Narendra Modi stadium in Ahmedabad will host the start of the Cricket World Cup 2023 on October 5.

Pannun’s threat comes amid a diplomatic spat between India and Canada over the June 18 alleged murder of designated terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar outside a Gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia, in western Canada.

Sanjay Verma, India’s High Commissioner to Canada, was specifically threatened by the SFI leader, along with other Indian diplomats serving in Canada. The terrorist group the Khalistanis’recommended’ that India close its embassy in Ottawa and summon the representative stationed there.

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