Paramjeet Singh Pamma, the Khalistani terrorist who is on the National Investigation Agency's most wanted list, was seen raising anti-India slogans at the Khalistani terror funded rally in London. 

Pamma is wanted in India for his involvement with designated terror group Sikhs for Justice, which is funded by Pakistan ISI.

 

Who is Paramjeet Singh Pamma?

Pamma is the key conspirator of the 2010 high-velocity twin bomb blasts in Patiala and Ambala and the mastermind of the 2009 killing of RSS leader Rulda Singh.

As per police records, Pamma was allegedly involved in petty crimes until 1992. After leaving India in 1994-95, he visited Pakistan on many occasions and became the main fundraiser of Babbar Khalsa International.

Later, Pamma joined hands with Khalistan Tiger Force chief Jagtar Singh Tara, the dreaded Pakistan-based terrorist who was one of the assassins of former Punjab chief minister Beant Singh.

Earlier, on the Indian government's plea, Pamma was detained by the UK authorities in 2010 in the Rulda Singh case. A team of the British police visited Patiala in 2011 and quizzed 2 others accused in the case. However, the British police later set Pamma free as they found nothing concrete in the charges against him.


Security beefed up outside Indian mission

Security has been raised near the Indian High commission in London after Khalistan flags were waved during demonstrations held over the new farm laws. 

The rally was reportedly organized by Khalistani secessionist group Sikhs for Justice, which was banned by India last year.

Anti-India slogans were raised during the protest, which was held in violation of the Metropolitan police's guidelines in view of the Covid-19 pandemic.