Amritpal Singh’s Exclusive Live: Amritpal Singh appeals supporters to join 'Sarbat Khalsa' on Baisakhi
Amritpal Singh’s Exclusive Live: Amid reports Waris Punjab de head Amritpal Singh who is 'absconding' since March 18, may surrender before Punjab Police after being spotted in Punjab.
The Waris Punjab De chief put out a live video on Wednesday saying that government action against him “was not about his arrest but an attack on the Sikh community”.
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Further on, he said that if the government wanted to arrest him, they could have arrested him from home.
Asserting that nobody can harm him, Amritpal said he is not afraid of being arrested.
In the live video Amritpal thanked Sikh community for supporting and appealed to join ‘Sarbat Khalsa’ on the occasion of Baisakhi 2023. He urged Akal Takht Jathedar to call Sarbat Khalsa on Baisakhi.
He further said, "The government of Punjab made a hue and cry of the situation and a tensed environment all over the state. The Punjab police along with government suspended the mobile internet and SMS services and also imposed NSA on his aides. Many of my comrades have been sent to Assam. That's why I appeal to all Sikhs to assemble on the occasion of Baisakhi."
Radical preacher slammed Punjab Police and government for arresting Sikh youths during crackdown.
H further added, "I am fine and in high spirits (Chardi Kala), no one could even touch my hair." He said due to the blessings of the Waheguru, he was able to escape from the clutches of the police.
'Sarbat Khalsa' is a meeting which is attended by various Sikh organisations to discuss the issues related to the community. After the discussion, the jathedar of the Akal Takht directs the community to follow the solutions discussed in the meeting.
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