Pro-Khalistan group urge Muslims to start ‘hijab referendum’ in India



2022-02-11 20:46:00

Pro-Khalistan group Sikhs For Justice will be seen protesting. — Photograph by writer
  • Pro-Khalistan group asks Indian Muslims to carve out “Urduistan”.
  • Sikhs For Justice name for formation of Muslim majority nation.
  • “Today ban is on hijab, tomorrow it will be azan, namaz, then Quran,” SFJ leader says.

LONDON/NEW YORK: Citing hijab ban attempts as an existentialist threat to Muslims, pro-Khalistan group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) has called upon Muslims in India to start a “hijab referendum” to carve out “Urduistan” in the areas of Rajasthan, Delhi, UP, Bihar, and West Bengal, the place the Muslim majority might be in a position to “freely practise their non secular beliefs.”

SFJ General Counsel Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, in a video message, termed the Modi-led government a “Hindu fascist regime” which is adhering to the concept of homogenised majority and cultural hegemony.

“Today the ban is on hijab, tomorrow it will be azan, namaz, and then Quran. Now is the time to stand up for “Urduistan” — a Muslim-dominated country.”

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Pannun has referred to as on Indian Muslims to “learn from Pakistan” and warranted Muslims of India that the SFJ will assist them organise and fund the “hijab referendum” motion to oppose the union of India.

In the meantime, pro-Khalistan Canadian Sikhs gathered on the Indian Consulates in Birmingham, Toronto, and Vancouver to categorical solidarity with the Sikh girl who was gang-raped and paraded in the streets by Hindu supremacists in the Indian capital, New Delhi, on the Republic Day of India.

The protestors mentioned that the heinous crime in opposition to the Sikh ladies motivated by gender, non secular affiliation, and ethnicity is being lined up by Delhi’s police commissioner — who has been hand-picked and appointed by Prime Minister Modi.

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On January 26, 2022 — the Republic Day of India — a 20-year previous Sikh girl, mom of a three-year-old little one was brutally gang-raped, tortured, after which paraded by the streets of New Delhi whereas the nation was jubilantly celebrating nationwide Republic Day.

One of many viral video footage reveals the sufferer being crushed and abused by Hindu households, together with ladies and youngsters forcing the sufferer to stroll whereas onlookers cheer.

Pannun mentioned: “The rape of Sikh women in the Indian capital is part of ongoing practice of using rape and sexual violence as a tool against women of religious and ethnic minorities. In 2019 alone, over 32,000 rapes were reported with majority of victims belonging to minorities.”

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