Pro-Khalistani secessionist outfit Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) has now urged the farmers to display life-size portraits of secessionist Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and Beant Singh – Indira Gandhi’s assassin – during the tractor rally scheduled to be taken out on January 26 in Delhi.
In the latest attempt to do so, SFJ urged farmers to display portraits of Bhindarwale and Beant Singh while taking out the ‘Kesari tractor rally’.
Appealing to the farmers via a video, SFJ asked the farmers to not carry the Tricolour Indian flag which they claimed represented the genocide of Sikhs but instead carry the Kesari Khanda – considered the symbol of freedom and justice for all.
It also reiterated that the ‘permanent and sustainable’ solution for the various issues of farmers was the complete liberation of Punjab from Indian occupation’.
India has banned SFJ in 2019 in India, as it continues to operate from the US since 2007.