Gurpatwant Singh Pannun – Khalistani Militant threatens Indian Economy with Stock Market Attack

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun

Khalistani leader Gurpatwant Singh Pannun allegedly called for the “economic destruction” of India in a new threat message, threatening to start attacking the National Stock Exchange and the Bombay Stock Exchange on March 12.

In a video statement posted on Monday, Pannun stated, “The call to target BSE/NSE from 12th March is aimed at destroying India’s economic system, unlike 1993 which damaged the BSE buildings.” He did not stop here but also named top Indian Banks that trade internationally as his top targets.

This day also falls on the 31st anniversary of the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, which started when bombs detonated in the BSE building’s basement, killing over 250 people.The head of Khalistan launched his latest attack shortly after urging “Muslims of UP” to take aim at Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his scheduled roadshow in Ayodhya on December 30. Pannun is wanted in around two dozen crimes, some involving terrorism and sedition in India, despite the US’s allegations that it protected him from an alleged assassination by Indian agents.

Pannun was designated a “Proclaimed Offender” on November 29, 2022, after the National Investigation Agency (NIA) Special Court issued non-bailable arrest warrants against him on February 3, 2021. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) confiscated his assets in Amritsar and Chandigarh in September 2023 and filed a complaint against him over a video that he had posted on November 4th 2023, threatening Air India.

Following the claimed failure of a conspiracy to assassinate him on American soil, he declared in a video published last month that he would attack the Indian Parliament by December 13 at the latest.