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On Tuesday morning, pro-Khalistan slogans were found written on the walls of the Hanumangarh railway yard in Rajasthan. The slogans threatened to create ‘Khalistan’ in Rajasthan, and were accompanied by a voice recording of Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, a leader of the banned outfit Sikhs for Justice, making similar threats.


The Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) is a separatist organization that seeks to create an independent Sikh homeland called ‘Khalistan’. The Indian government banned the SFJ, and India seeks Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the leader, for alleged terrorism and sedition.


The discovery of pro-Khalistan slogans in Rajasthan is a cause for concern, as it suggests that the SFJ is expanding its activities beyond Punjab. The discovery of slogans on the walls of a sensitive railway yard is also important.

The SFJ has a history of carrying out violent attacks, and the discovery of these slogans suggests that the group may be planning something similar in Rajasthan. It is important to note that Rajasthan has a large Sikh population, and any attempt to create disturbance in the state could have serious consequences.


The Indian government must take the discovery of pro-Khalistan slogans in Rajasthan seriously. The government should deploy additional security forces in the state, and should closely monitor the activities of the SFJ. The government should also work to address the grievances of the Sikh community, so as to prevent them from falling prey to the separatist propaganda of the SFJ.

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