Khalistani elements have infiltrated the farmers' protest march to national capital New Delhi with some of them brazenly propagating separatist sentiments and attempting to incite violence.

A confirmation of this came when a October video emerged of Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, who claimed to be the counsel for the banned outfit Sikhs For Justice, announced the release of $1 million for farmers of Punjab and Haryana.

More confirmation of the same came when Khalistani posters with photos of Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, who led the occupation of the Harmandir Sahib complex in Amritsar in June 1984 and was killed in the Golden Temple by Indian forces.

Another damning video has emerged where some people, who claimed to be 'farmers', were heard on video boasting about the Kanishka bombing. They went to the extent to say that if then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi could be eliminated, nothing could prevent current Prime Minister Narendra Modi from meeting the same fate.



This video which has now gone viral has prompted security agencies to alert law enforcement agencies in Delhi to keep strict vigil in the national capital.