Dismissing the threats of pro-Khalistan outfit Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) as “publicity seeking stunts”, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, Tuesday said he had spent more than 30 hours in Gallipoli in Turkey, but saw no signs of them.
The SFJ had issued a statement that they had filed a criminal complaint against Singh with the office of the public prosecutor of Gallipoli. The legal advisor of the group, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, had said he was camping in Turkey to get an arrest warrant for the CM. Media Advisor to the CM, Raveen Thukral, said that Captain was of opinion that Pannun was nowhere to be seen in Gallipoli.
“The CM has made it clear that Punjab government will not let these separatist groups operate under any circumstances and will not tolerate any subversive activity,” said Thukral.
Singh Tuesday visited World War I Helles Memorial.