New Delhi, Nov 16: The announcement made by Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the chief of the proscribed Sikhs For Justice (SJF), that the next round of the Khalistan referendum would be in Canberra, Australia only goes on to show how the movement is spreading overseas.
While in India, the Khalistan movement has largely been controlled, thanks to the zero-tolerance policy towards terror by the Narendra Modi led government, concerns remain about its spread abroad.
An Intelligence Bureau official explains to OneIndia that the problem lies with those countries who have allowed the SJF and its affiliates to operate freely and carry out anti-India activities. India has repeatedly told these countries to rein in these outfits, but little has been done.
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