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Pakistan’s ISI trying to fuel hijab row through Khalistani outfit SFJ, intel input warns

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Pakistan’s ISI trying to fuel hijab row through Khalistani outfit SFJ, intel input warns
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Amid the hijab row in Karnataka, intel inputs have warned that Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) is trying to fuel the controversy in India, through banned Khalistani outfit Sikhs for Justice (SJF). An Intel note exclusively accessed by India Today said, “ISI is pushing the concept of hijab referendum in India.” The Intelligence Bureau has also warned police forces and law enforcement agencies to keep a close watch on the ‘Hijab Refrendum’ being pushed by the ISI through terror group SFJ.

“Some anti-India elements might join the chorus of Sikhs for Justice chief Gurupatwanr Singh Pannu in organising the hijab referendum and celebrating the concept of urduistan,” the intel inputs warned.

The intel note issued on Friday said the SFJ has called upon Muslims in India to start a ‘Hijab Refrendum’ movement to carve out ‘Urduistan’ in areas of Rajasthan, Delhi, UP, Bihar and West Bengal.

The note also flagged that the SFJ chief in a video message addressed Indian Muslims and tried to provoke them.

SFJ Counsel also assured Muslims of India that SFJ will organise and fund the referendum movement to create Urduistan.

Some screenshots and images of the online registration platform for the hijab referendum have gone viral on social media platforms. Gurpatwant Singh Pannu’s speech is also being used in an attempt to spread religious disharmony in the country.

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