Foreign celebrities Tweets criticising India on farmers’ protest is now out in the open
The involvement of the banned Khalistani organisation Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) being behind the sponsoring of foreign celebrities like Rihanna, Mia Khalifa Tweets criticising India on farmers’ protest is now out in the open. The role of SFJ was exposed by Greta Thunberg who tweeted “tool kit” for supporting farmers’ protest in India which she later deleted. The deleted tool kit which details on how to protest and outrage creation in social media worldwide from January second week leads to a newly created website known as AskIndiaWhy.com which is registered in United Kingdom address.
AskIndiaWhy.com is owned by Canada based Poetic Justice Foundation whose website is registered in Germany. Poetic Justice Foundation and SFJ relations are wide open. SFJ is a banned terror outfit by India. It is operating from Canada, London, Germany, US and Malaysia.
SFJ announced a huge prize to those who could raise flags in Red Fort and India Gate during Republic Day. SFJ leaders Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, Harmeet Singh and Paramjit Singh Pamma are on the radar of Indian agencies for their decades-long anti-India activities and their association with Pakistan’s ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence). It is well known that ISI is funding SFJ for hosting anti-India demonstrations across the Globe.
As per Canadian Registry, Poetic Justice Foundations’ Directors are: Anita Lal, Hardeep Singh Sahota, Monminder Singh Dhaliwal and Sabrina Sohi and their office is addressed at 16127 87 Avenue, Surrey BC V4N 6R3, Canada
Poetic Justice Foundations website (https://poeticjustice.foundation/) says: “Poetic Justice Foundation challenges structures of oppression and discrimination through intersectional grassroots advocacy. We develop content, workshops and events to provoke, challenge and disrupt systemic inequities and biases. We create safe spaces for exploration, learning and healing to foster societal change. Our goal is to educate, organize and mobilize Canadians to achieve and protect equal rights in all aspects of social, political and economic life.”
It also says: “Currently, we are most actively involved in the #FarmersProtest that has activated Indian diaspora worldwide as a rebuke to India’s oppressive policies towards farmers. If you came here looking to join the Global Day of Action in response to India’s Republic Day, please connect with us using this form.”
Now this foundation supported by SFJ is operating through a new website AskIndiaWhy.com whose tool kit was tweeted and later deleted by Greta, newly popped up an activist kid by western media. As per Canadian Registry, Poetic Justice Foundations’ Directors are: Anita Lal, Hardeep Singh Sahota, Monminder Singh Dhaliwal and Sabrina Sohi and their office is addressed at 16127 87 Avenue, Surrey BC V4N 6R3, Canada
 India ban pro-Khalistani group The Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) for anti national activities, supporting terror – Jul 10, 2019, PGurus.com
 Global Day of Action (Jan 26 2021) for Farmers Protest – Docs Google
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