'Amritpal should flee to Pakistan', Lok Sabha MP's shocking statement
Loksabha MP Simranjit Singh Mann, known for his controversial statements, has again given a shocking statement regarding Amritpal Singh. He said Amritpal should not surrender. He should cross the Ravi river and go to Pakistan.
Khalistan supporter and fugitive Amritpal Singh are becoming a constant challenge for the Punjab Police. Waris Punjab De chief Amritpal Singh, who is absconding since March 18, is away from the police. On the other hand, Amritpal is openly telling his intentions by releasing videos under the strategy. Lok Sabha MP and Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar chief Simarjit Singh Mann have given a shocking statement regarding fugitive Amritpal Singh. Simarjeet Singh has advised him to go to Pakistan. He said that Khalistan supporter Amritpal should not surrender. Politics has heated up after his statement.
Simranjit Singh Mann said that Amritpal should not surrender, he should cross the Ravi river and go to Pakistan. Lok Sabha MP from Sangrur Mann says that we had gone to Pakistan in 1984 also. Maan said these things in an interview with a media organization. He said what is needed for Amritpal to go to Nepal. They should go to the neighbouring country of Pakistan.
Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar chief Simarjit Singh said that Amritpal's life is in danger. If the government is committing atrocities then it is justified according to Sikh history. He was referring to the events of 1984 when the anti-Sikh riots took place. The then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi ordered Operation Blue Star to eliminate General Singh Bhindranwale and his Khalistani allies. He was assassinated by his Sikh bodyguards after the Indian Army entered the Golden Temple in Amritsar. After the assassination of Indira Gandhi, there were large-scale anti-Sikh riots across the country.
Let us tell you that this is not the first time that Simranjit Singh has stood in support of Amritpal. Even before this, he openly advocated Amritpal on many occasions. In the past, he had said that he was afraid that Amritpal might be encountered. Along with this, he had appealed to the government not to do anything that would not destroy Amritpal.