Himachal CM condemns ‘coward act’ of Khalistan flags at Assembly gate, vows strict circulate

After Khalistani flags were viewed tied to the gates of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly in Dharamshala, Chief Minister Jairam Thakur answered sharply to the incident and called it ‘cowardly,’ extra noting that strict circulate will be taken in opposition to the culprits.

Condemning the incident, CM Jairam Thakur said, “There are CCTV cameras at the space, we are trying to decide their moment. I additionally are attempting to elope the of us of Himachal Pradesh to preserve peace. We are in a position to grab strict circulate in opposition to the culprits that is definite. We are in a position to additionally evaluate our border security system with different states and attempt to salvage it more stable.” 

CM Thakur additionally took to his Twitter and wrote, “I condemn the cowardly incident of raising Khalistan flags at the gate of Dharamshala Assembly Advanced at nighttime of night.” Talking about security at the Legislative Assembly, Thakur acknowledged, “Handiest winter sessions hold space on this meeting, so ultimate at some level of that time more security is required. Taking aid of this, this cowardly incident has been utilized, nonetheless we is now no longer going to tolerate it. This incident will be investigated snappy and strict circulate will be taken in opposition to the culprits.”

धर्मशाला विधानसभा परिसर के गेट पर रात के अंधेरे में खालिस्तान के झंडे लगाने वाली कायरतापूर्ण घटना की मैं निंदा करता हूं।

इस विधानसभा में केवल शीतकालीन सत्र ही होता है इसलिए यहां अधिक सुरक्षा व्यवस्था की आवश्यकता उसी दौरान रहती है।

— Jairam Thakur (@jairamthakurbjp) Could presumably also 8, 2022

“I would possibly presumably like to relate those of us that you just potentially have the braveness, then reach out within the light of day, now no longer at nighttime of night,” CM Jairam Thakur said in his tweet.

‘Khalistani upsurge after AAP govt fashioned in Punjab’: BJP

In an weird dialog with Republic TV over the Khalistani flags spotted outdoors the Himachal Pradesh Assembly, BJP spokesperson RP Singh acknowledged, “There would possibly be an upsurge within the Khalistani parts after AAP fashioned authorities within the state of Punjab. It took space in Patiala, It took space in Malerkotla. In Karnal, Khalistanis were caught having roots from Faizpur (Punjab). Now it took space in Himachal. So, there is an upsurge after Bhagwant Mann and AAP fashioned authorities in Punjab.”

Earlier, RP Singh lashed out at AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal on BJP leader Tajinder Bagga’s arrest and said that the Delhi CM used to be distracting of us to lead obvious of questions about the emergence of Khalistanis in Punjab after the Patiala violence.

Khalistani provocation outdoors Himachal meeting

Earlier on Sunday, Republic TV accessed visuals from Dharamshala the place Khalistan flags were viewed tied to the gates of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly. Visuals from outdoors the Himachal Pradesh Assembly gate indicate Khalistan flags which were build up and inscribing came across on walls with an intent to provoke dismay within the space. 

Sharing tiny print of the provocation by Khalistani parts, SP Kangra, Khushal Sharma urged ANI, “It would also need took space leisurely night or early morning nowadays. We have removed the Khalistan flags from the Vidhan Sabha gate. It would also be an act of some tourists from Punjab. We are going to register a case nowadays.”

It is critical to mention that, earlier in March, Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) leader Gurpatwant Singh Pannu called for hoisting the Khalistani flag in Shimla, and in response, the Anti-Terrorist Front of India burnt the Khalistani flag outdoors the deputy commissioner’s space of enterprise in Shimla and raised slogans in opposition to the demands of Khalistan.

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