farmers protests center tells supreme court khalistanis infiltrated into protests

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The Center spoke of Khalistani interference in the peasant movement in the Supreme Court. (Symbolic picture)

new Delhi:

Farmers’ Protests: In the Supreme Court hearing on Tuesday on agricultural laws, the implementation of these laws has been banned till further orders. The Supreme Court has constituted a committee to discuss these laws. It was said by filing an initial affidavit on behalf of the central government that it has left no stone unturned in negotiating with the farmers’ organizations. At the same time, during the hearing, the Center said in court on Tuesday that there is an intrusion of Khalistani organizations in the peasant movement.

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During the hearing, allegations arose that there was a banned organization to help in the protests. Attorney General KK Venugopal said that Khalistanis have infiltrated the protests. On which Chief Justice SA Bobde asked him to confirm it. The AG said that according to my information there is a banned organization which is helping. The incident that happened in Karnal is an example.

The CJI has asked the AG to file an affidavit on it. He said that ‘If there are banned organizations in the movement and this is being said, then it has to be confirmed. You should file an affidavit on this tomorrow. This AG said that they will file an affidavit tomorrow with the input of the Intelligence Bureau.

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Explain that the Khalistani campaign was started by Sikh separatists in the 80s. It started in 1984 when the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi allowed Operation Blue Star in the Golden Temple and the army attacked the separatist leaders by sneaking into this holiest shrine of Sikhs, and only a few months after that. Was murdered by his Sikh bodyguards. The Punjab Police had taken strong action on this campaign, but still many organizations of this ideology are considered active outside India.

After the start of the Kisan movement on the borders of Delhi, allegations have been made by many BJP ministers and leaders that Khalistani forces have interfered in this movement and pro-Khalistan slogans have been raised in the demonstration.

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