The Delhi Police has tightened safety at power grid and power substations of BSES in Delhi after a threat from Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), a banned organisation, was obtained by the corporate to disrupt the power provide of the nationwide capital. Police mentioned that preventive measures are being taken in view of the threat and warranted that nobody will likely be in a position to disrupt the power provide.
The SFJ is a pro-Khalistani group. The Union Home Ministry had banned SFJ for its anti-national actions in 2019.
The group had final week referred to as upon the farmers protesting towards the three farm legal guidelines to plunge Delhi into darkness on Republic Day by concentrating on the places of work of discoms and disrupting the power provide.
Security tightened at power grid and power substations of BSES in Delhi after a threat from Sikhs for Justice, a banned organisation was obtained by the corporate to disrupt the power provide of the nationwide capital. Preventive measures to be taken: Delhi Police
— ANI (@ANI) January 25, 2021
Thousands of farmers are scheduled to maintain a tractor parade in Delhi on January 26 towards the Centre’s farm legal guidelines. Farmers from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh, have been protesting at a number of border factors of Delhi since November 28 final 12 months, demanding a repeal of the three legal guidelines and a authorized assure to the MSP.
The SFJ had urged farmers to cut off the electrical energy provide in Delhi on the Republic Day. Its chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun in a video message mentioned that the power distribution firms – BSES Rajdhani and BSES Yamuna – are owned by the identical “Ambanis” who would be the final beneficiary of the brand new legal guidelines.
In July 2020, Pannun was declared as designated terrorists beneath the provisions of the UAPA Act, together with seven different people.
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