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Interpol rejects India’s plea for a Red Corner Notice against ‘Separatist’ Gurpatwant Pannun.

by The Canadian Parvasi

Centre Court Developments

The Central Bureau of Investigation had sent a request to the International police to locate and arrest Gurpatwant Pannun, who had been regarded as  ‘separatist’ and named as a main accused in relation to the vandalization of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly in Dharamshala with Khalistani posters and graffiti.

It was speculated that the Interpol had sent back India’s request flagging it as a misuse of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act since the act previously garnered criticism for being ‘misused’ to target minorities.

However, government officials reportedly adamantly denied the theory, according to media reports. Officials stated that the Global Anti-Crime Organisation does not use such terminology and that they identify Pannun as a ” high-profile Sikh separatist.”

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Canada-based Lawyer Gurpatwant Singh Pannun is the founder of Sikhs for Justice, an organization that had been banned in India in 2019 for ‘anti-national’ activities.

Media reports allege that India’s request for an arrest was sent back due to insufficient information that failed to affiliate Pannun with active involvement in terrorist activities. The International Police also supposedly stated that the SFJ Leader’s actions had ‘political dimensions’ and, therefore, were out of the jurisdiction of the Interpol.

This is said to be the second red corner request against Pannun by the CBI rejected by the Commission for the Control of Interpol Files.

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