Putin stands with India in Gurpatwant Singh Pannun case, said- USA has no evidence


New Delhi. Russia has rejected the United States’ claims of the involvement of Indian officials in the conspiracy to kill Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu. Russia said that Washington has not yet provided any credible information or evidence that can prove that India was in any way involved in plotting the murder of Gurpatwant Singh Pannu.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova alleged that the US is trying to unbalance the internal political situation in India and complicate the general elections. Maria said, ‘Washington lacks a simple understanding of India’s national mentality and history, as America keeps making baseless allegations about religious freedom. Washington’s action is clearly interference in India’s internal affairs. As far as speculation is concerned, since there is no evidence, it is not acceptable. America is not respecting India as a country.

Conspiracy to kill Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu? US police prosecutes an Indian citizen

Indian officer accused
The Russian official has criticized America for making false allegations against many other countries. Maria said that in international and national affairs it is difficult to imagine a more repressive regime than Washington. In November last year, US federal prosecutors had accused Indian national Nikhil Gupta of working with an Indian government employee in a foiled plot to murder Gurpatwant Singh Pannu. Pannu, wanted in India on terrorism charges, has dual citizenship of America and Canada. He has been designated as a terrorist by the Union Home Ministry under the anti-terrorism law Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

Putin reprimanded America in Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu case, said- where is the evidence?

Claim in media report
‘The Washington Post’, citing unnamed sources, had named a Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) officer in connection with the alleged plot to kill Pannu. According to the report, the RAW officer – Vikram Yadav – had engaged a ‘hit team’ to carry out the operation, marking Gurpatwant Singh Pannu as the ‘primary target’. Following the report, India formed a high-level committee to investigate the allegations. The US had said it was waiting to see the outcome of the Indian investigation on the issue.’

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