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Sikh group appeals to Indian Muslims to support ‘Ardustan’

After Ayodhya, Modi’s next focus may be banning Muslims from adhan, namaz, and Quran

Staff Report

LONDON: The pro-Khalistan separatist group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) has urged Indian Muslims to stand up against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s threats, oppose the Ayodhya ban, and Sikhs for Khalistan. Support the creation of “Urduistan” as per aspirations. Sikhs for Justice General Counsel Gurptunat Singh Pinan said in a video message that India’s fascist Modi government is a threat to the existence of 250 million Muslims. The Hitler-like Modi has previously committed economic genocide against Sikhs and is now accused of committing genocide against Muslims. Rudostan, including Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Bihar, is an integral part of the Muslim nation. Manifestly, Panon stressed the call to close airports from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and from Amritsar to Ayodhya. After Ayodhya, Modi’s next focus may be the Muslim call to prayer, prayers and the Quran. He said that if Modi-Yogi was not stopped, there would be a “political death of Modi-Yogi” and the consequent creation of a separate Muslim state from India called Urdustan. Emphasized the need to defend, drawing parallels with the Sikh response after 1984. Silence is not an option as Ayodhya is in danger. The proposed solution starts with the political death of Modi and Yogi. His subsequent actions included the economic collapse of India and its eventual balkanization. While Sikhs aspire to Khalistan, Muslims aim to create Urdustan. Hindu mythology states that the confluence of Sarvath Siddhi Yoga, Amrit Siddhi Yoga, Mrigshirsha Nakshatra, and Abhijit Mahurta coincides with his birth. Seven months ago, Indian state agents killed local SFJ leader Hardeep Singh Najjar in Canada. In November last year, the US government revealed that Indian state agent Nikhil Gupta was involved in a plot to assassinate Gurptunt Singh Panon on US soil – foiled by US law enforcement agencies.



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