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Top Khalistani Extremists Spotted At Demonstration In London
London, December 9 (TNA) Amid growing worldwide support for the farmer unrest in India, some divisive forces seem to have also infiltrated the movement. According to reports, some Khalistani extremists were spotted at a farmer protest rally outside the Indian High Commission in London.
It is believed that at least two top Khalistani extremists were part of this demonstration. One of them has been identified as Paramjeet Singh alias Pamma and the other as Kuldeep Singh Chehru. Both these people were present with the Khalistani flag during the demonstration in London.
Kuldeep Singh Chehru is associated with the Akhand Kirti Jatha (AKJ) and is the coordinator of the Federation of Sikh Organizations (FSO). 48-year-old Kuldeep Singh Chehru has many sweet shops in Britain.
Paramjit Singh alias Pammah is one of the most prominent Sikh extremists. Paramjit Singh, desired by the NIA, has a long history of anti-India activities. In July this year, the Home Ministry identified him as a terrorist under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) along with 8 other Khalistani extremists.