Republic TV has on tape Khalistan terror accused Paramjeet Singh Pamma. While his face has come to light in the sting in connection with his recent calls for Khalistan in the US, he has a long drawn and bloody history when it comes to Khalistani terrorism. Here is an excerpt from the sting:
“My understanding is that you have a great understanding with the United States of America. You have a great understanding with Britain because Britain allows you to voice your opinion and perhaps carry out the activities that you are. And, also for that matter China, China is where you have an active Khalistani office, you know engaging with the communist party of China at that point in time. There is a direct interaction which is with china. See if you really look at that kind of engagement, do you think that this is the strategy and this is the good response perhaps you are getting when you're engaging with several countries like this?”
“That is what I am saying. All I can say is that we have got very good response, very good response and we had a very good approach and in a legal manner and the response is unbelievable.”
Paramjeet Singh Pamma has been linked to the terrorist organization, Babbar Khalsa. In India, he is wanted for two bomb blasts which took place in Patiala and Ambala in 2010 as well as in connection with the killing of the chief of the RSS affiliate, Rashtriya Sikh Sangat, Rulda Singh in 2009.
It has been reported that, Paramjeet Singh Pamma was close to Pakistan-based Wadhawa Singh, a Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) terrorist. Paramjeet Singh Pamma was one of the main fundraisers of the terror group. However, he later joined hands with the Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) chief Jagtar Singh Tara, one of the assassins of former Punjab chief minister Beant Singh.
Paramjeet Singh Pamma had a Red Corner Notice against him. However, in 2016, Interpol decided to drop his name stating that "the Commission concluded that the data registered in Interpol's files concerning Mr. Singh was not in compliance with Interpol's rules.”
At London in August this year, Paramjeet Singh Pamma was amongst those leading the ‘Referendum 2020’ rally demanding for a separate sovereign state, Khalistan. A day ahead of PM Narendra Modi’s UK visit in April, Republic TV had accessed a video of the same most wanted Sikh Khalistan terrorist openly leading a protest campaign against Indian PM Modi and Mahatma Gandhi.