Khalistani leader Gurpatwant Singh Pannun has threatened to blow up an Air India flight on November 19, 2023. In a video message posted on social media, Pannun warned Sikhs not to fly on Air India after that date, saying that their lives would be in danger.
Pannun also threatened to shut down all Air India flights around the world on November 19. He said that the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi would be renamed as the Beant Singh and Satwant Singh Airport on that day.
Pannun is the leader of the banned Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) group, which is seeking to create an independent Sikh homeland called Khalistan in India. He has a history of making threats against India and its government.
Indian authorities have condemned Pannun’s threats and have said that they are taking them seriously. They have also assured the public that they are taking all necessary measures to protect Air India flights and passengers.
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Air India has also issued a statement saying that it is aware of Pannun’s threats and that it is working with the Indian government to ensure the safety of its passengers and crew. The airline has also advised its passengers to be vigilant and to report any suspicious activity to the authorities.
Pannun’s threats have caused widespread concern in India, especially among Sikhs. Many Sikhs have expressed their anger and disgust at Pannun’s threats, saying that he does not represent them or their community.
The Indian government has called on the United States to take action against Pannun, who is a US citizen. The government has also asked the international community to isolate Pannun and the SFJ group.
It remains to be seen whether Pannun will carry out his threats on November 19. However, Indian authorities are taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of Air India flights and passengers.