- Khalistani terrorist’s statement
- Pannu threatened to stop the final match in Ahmedabad
- He has threatened the match before
Khalistan terrorist Gurpatwantsinh Pannu has released a video and threatened to stop the final match in Ahmedabad. He has tried to provoke people. The final match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Sunday. For this, unprecedented security arrangements have been made inside and outside the stadium.
Meanwhile, Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, who is sitting in Canada, has threatened to stop the final match by releasing a video. Importantly, Pannu is the head of the banned organization Sikhs for Justice. In the video, he is talking about the 1984 Sikh riots. He has also spoken about the 2002 Gujarat riots. In the video, he tries to inflame the Muslim and Christian communities. Pannu also spoke about India’s stance on the Israel-Hamas war.
This is not the first time that Pannu has threatened by releasing a video. In early October, Pannu advised Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take lessons from the Israel-Palestine war, saying that a Hamas-style attack by Sikhs to take over Khalistan is possible if necessary. An FIR was lodged against Pannu for making threats ahead of the India-Pakistan ICC World Cup 2023 match in September.
4,500 personnel are deployed for security at the Narendra Modi Stadium
4,500 personnel have been deployed for security at the Narendra Modi Stadium. Many VVIPs and VIPs are also going to come along with PM Narendra Modi to watch the match. Keeping this in mind, the Gujarat government has made complete preparations. A large number of personnel have been deployed for traffic management. CM Bhupendra Patel also directed the officials to ensure that the general public is not inconvenienced due to VIP movement and to inform people in advance about closed roads and diversions. It is important that a day before the final match, he had a meeting with the higher officials and reviewed all the preparations.