Separatist leader Gurpatwant Pannun threatens to blow up Air India flight on Nov 19
PTC News Desk: Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the founder of the banned Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), has released a new video urging Sikhs not to fly on Air India flights after November 19, as their lives may be jeopardized.
He claimed that Air India would be denied permission to operate on November 19.
"We are asking the Sikh people not to fly via Air India. From November 19, there will be a global blockade. Air India won't be allowed to operate. Sikh people, don't travel by Air India after November 19. Your life can be in danger," Pannun said.
According to Pannun, Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport will remain closed on November 19 and its name will be changed. He emphasized that the final match of the ongoing Cricket World Cup will take place on the same day.
"It is the same day in November on which the final match of the World Terror Cup will be played," he added.
"The name of this airport will be Shahid Beant Singh, Shahid Satwant Singh Khalistan airport when Punjab will be liberated," he further said.
Pannun, the leader of the SFJ, has issued threats before. In September, he urged Hindu Canadians to leave the country in the midst of a diplomatic spat between India and Canada over the death of Hardeep Singh Nijjar.