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Khalistan Leader Pannun Issues Threat Ahead Of Ram Temple Consecration


New Delhi: Ahead of the Ayodhya Ram temple consecration, Khalistan leader Gurpatwant Singh Pannun has once again raised the spectre of violence against India, this time targeting the upcoming Pran Pratishtha ceremony at the Ram Mandir. The designated terrorist has issued fresh threats, calling for the shutdown of airports from Amritsar to Ayodhya in the lead-up to the ceremony.

Pannun not only urged a section of society to oppose the temple’s grand ceremony on January 22 but went a step further by encouraging them to carve out a separate country from India.

“From Amritsar to Ayodhya, shut down airports,” he said in a fresh video message released on Monday.

Claiming that the consecration ceremony at the Ram Temple is built on the disputed site of the Babri Masjid, Pannun warned of “global consequences” and urged a section of society worldwide to protest.

He labelled Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a “global enemy of Muslims”. He also stated that the temple was constructed on the bodies of thousands of Muslims who were allegedly forced into conversion.

According to sources quoted in reports, Pannun described the January 22 ceremony as the “most unholy, ungodly, unrighteous” event, equating it to “Modi’s Operation Bluestar against Muslims.” This provocative rhetoric adds a dangerous dimension to the already sensitive situation surrounding the temple inauguration.

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