Police on Sunday registered a case against Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, leader of ‘Sikh for Justice’ organization, under other relevant sections including Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) for writing some objectionable slogans on the walls.
Police on Sunday booked the leader of ‘Sikh for Justice’ organization Gurpatwant Singh Pannu for found hanging flags of Khalistan at the main gate of the state assembly complex in Himachal Pradesh’s Dharamsala and some objectionable slogans written on its walls. A case has been registered under other related sections including the Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).
These flags were found hanging on the outside of the main gate number one of the assembly complex, which has now been removed by the administration. The winter session of the Himachal Vidhan Sabha is usually held in Dharamsala. In some parts of Himachal Pradesh and neighboring states, pro-Khalistan activities and alleged Amid reports that June 6 will be declared as Khalistan “referendum day”, the state’s Director General of Police has “sealed” the borders as well as tightened security arrangements in sensitive and congested areas across the state. Have ordered..
Himachal Pradesh Director General of Police Sanjay Kundu said that a case has been registered against Pannu as the main accused under sections 13 of the UAPA and sections 153A and 153B of the Indian Penal Code, besides other sections. An FIR has been registered against Pannu and others on the complaint of Ram Chand alias Ajay Kumar of Kaned village under Dharamshala tehsil.
The DGP has constituted a seven-member special investigation team to probe the matter related to the presence of Khalistan flags and pro-Khalistan slogans written on the outer walls near the main gate of the Himachal Assembly complex, Tapovan in Dharamsala.
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