Interpol returns India's appeal to issue Red Corner Notice against Khalistani separatist

The Central Bureau of Investigation had submitted all inputs on behalf of Indian agencies but Interpol sent back the appeal asking further questions.  The Sikhs for Justice group was banned by the central government in 2019 for anti-India activities.  The International Criminal Police Organisation, Interpol has  sent back the heavy appeal against Khalistan separatist leader Gurpatwant Singh Punnu to issue a Red Corner Notice in terror cases . Sources said that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had submitted all the inputs on behalf of Indian agencies but Interpol sent back the appeal asking more questions. Government sources have insisted that as some reports claim, Interpol has not flagged any misuse of Anti-Terror Law Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, UAPA. International anti-crime organizations do not make such comments.     Some reports said UAPA was being "misused" against minority communities and human rights activists and their right to fair action was "not respected".    The founder of Sikh for Justice, a pro-Khalistan organization in Canada, was made the main accused in the case of hanging Khalistani banners and making graffiti on the assembly in Dharamsala of Himachal Pradesh in May. His organisation, Sikhs for Justice, was banned by the central government in 2019 for anti-India activities.   In January this year, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) had placed a reward of Rs 10 lakh for anyone providing information about SFJ operative Jaswinder Singh Multani. Multani is accused of carrying out terrorist attacks in Mumbai and other parts of India in association with ISI operatives.    Multani is close to Gurpatwant Singh Pannu and had come under notice for sending arms and ammunition across the Punjab border. These weapons were sent with the help of Pakistan based operatives and arms smugglers. He allegedly planned terrorist activities in Punjab and used smuggled weapons with the help of gangsters and extremists.

The Central Bureau of Investigation had submitted all inputs on behalf of Indian agencies but Interpol sent back the appeal asking further questions.

The Sikhs for Justice group was banned by the central government in 2019 for anti-India activities.

The International Criminal Police Organisation, Interpol has  sent back the heavy appeal against Khalistan separatist leader Gurpatwant Singh Punnu to issue a Red Corner Notice in terror cases . Sources said that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had submitted all the inputs on behalf of Indian agencies but Interpol sent back the appeal asking more questions. Government sources have insisted that as some reports claim, Interpol has not flagged any misuse of Anti-Terror Law Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, UAPA. International anti-crime organizations do not make such comments.  
 
Some reports said UAPA was being "misused" against minority communities and human rights activists and their right to fair action was "not respected".  

The founder of Sikh for Justice, a pro-Khalistan organization in Canada, was made the main accused in the case of hanging Khalistani banners and making graffiti on the assembly in Dharamsala of Himachal Pradesh in May. His organisation, Sikhs for Justice, was banned by the central government in 2019 for anti-India activities. 

In January this year, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) had placed a reward of Rs 10 lakh for anyone providing information about SFJ operative Jaswinder Singh Multani. Multani is accused of carrying out terrorist attacks in Mumbai and other parts of India in association with ISI operatives.  

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