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Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), a banned Khalistani Organisation, offered a reward of $100,000 for “advance” information about Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann’s foreign visits, sparking security concerns.
The arrest of gangster Raj Hooda following an encounter in Rajasthan and the alleged mistreatment of shooters with ties to Haryana were both attributed to Mann by SFJ. These individuals were charged with murdering Pardeep, a defendant in the 2015 Bargari sacrilege case.

According to SFJ General Counsel Gurpatwant Singh Pannun’s video message, “Any police official who will provide in advance information about foreign visits of Punjab CM will be awarded $100,000.”

Bhagwant Mann will be held “accountable” because the Punjab Chief Minister promised to convict sacrilege suspects when he ran for office, but now refers to the Bargari suspects as “aationalists” and the Haryana-Punjab Shooters as “terrorists,” Pannu said.

Banned Organistion is known to file Publicity lawsuits in connection with the alleged human rights violations in Punjab and the same stunt will be tried if Bhagwant Mann visits the United States or Canada that is known to accept cases under alleged human rights violations even if it has not happened in its county.