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Ahead of Houston rally, PM Modi faces a US federal lawsuit for Human Rights violation

According to the Houston Chronicle, two anonymous Kashmiri people living in the US have filed this lawsuit in court.

 

Houston| Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the Howdy Modi program in America tomorrow. But before he reaches America, a case of human rights violation has been filed against him. According to the Houston Chronicle, two anonymous Kashmiri people living in the US have filed this lawsuit in court. Both of these are associated with the Khalistan Referendum Front of Kashmir.

In this complaint, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and Lieutenant General Kanwaljit Singh have been accused. It is alleged in the complaint that these are responsible for deaths in the valley, judicial killings, human rights violations.

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Since the abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan has been trying to take the matter on the international platform. Several Pakistani and Khalistani supporters have come together to protest against PM Modi during the upcoming UNGA session and Howdy, Modi event.

According to The Print, the Intelligence Agency has said that Gurpatwant Singh Pannun of Sikh for Justice (SFJ) is believed to be behind the trial.

According to the intelligence officer, Pannun has lost his credibility among the Sikhs. With the help of the Kashmir issue, he is again trying to gain confidence. Pannun is in favour of uniting Kashmir and Khalistan. Its purpose is to inculcate the feeling of isolation in the minds of Sikhs and Kashmiris.

Sikh for Justice has been banned in India.

What is SFJ

SFJ was created in 2007. Pannun, a law graduate from Punjab University, Chandigarh, is considered to be behind this organization. He is also the legal advisor of SFJ. Pannun has several lawsuits filed in India, including a case of treason. Pannun is demanding a separate Khalistan.

Torture Protection Act of 1991

According to the report, under the Torture Protection Act 1991, a case has been registered against the Head of India in the case of human rights violation. A lawsuit can be filed on foreign soil under this rule.

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