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Before the G20 Summit, pro-Khalistan slogans were painted on the walls of Delhi Metro stations, and a FIR was filed

Prior to the G20 Summit, some miscreants wrote pro-Khalistan slogans on the walls of more than five metro stations in the nation’s capital, the Delhi Police said on Sunday.

More than five metro stations have walls with the slogans “Delhi Banega Khalistan” and “Khalistan Zindabad.” The Delhi Police responded by declaring that they are filing a lawsuit to stop this.

“Someone wrote ‘Delhi Banega Khalistan and Khalistan Zindabad’ at more than five metro stations. As reported by the news source ANI, the Delhi Police said that they were initiating legal action against this.

Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) activists were reportedly seen at the nation’s capital’s metro stations shouting in favor of Khalistan, according to the Delhi Police.

“Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) released unedited video of Khalistan-supporting slogans scrawled on Delhi metro stations before to the G20 Summit. Pro-Khalistan slogans were being shouted by SFJ activists at a number of Delhi metro stations, from Shivaji Park to Punjabi Bagh, according to the Delhi Police.

A Delhi Police officer can be seen cleaning pro-Khalistan graffiti on the wall of the Shivaji Park Metro station in a video posted by the news agency ANI.

Ram Gopal Naik, DCP Metro, then said that a complaint had been filed under sections 153 A, 505, and the Defacement Act. The video was also reported to the Delhi Police. “We have filed a police report against an unnamed accused. Strict legal action will be taken if security measures are tampered with before to the meeting. SFJ seduces guys into working for pay. Soon, we will be making arrests, a Delhi Police official promised.

The incident happened on a day when the Delhi Police was practicing their “carcade” from several locations to Pragati Maidan in advance of the G20 Summit. On September 9 and 10, the nation’s capital will host the G20 Summit.

In advance of the G20 Summit, the Personnel Ministry announced on Thursday that all central government offices in the city would be closed from September 8 to 10. The G20 Leaders’ Summit is anticipated to draw several heads of state, including US President Joe Biden, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and French President Emmanuel Macron.

According to news agency PTI, the Delhi Police has implemented security measures such as the deployment of more than 450 quick response teams (QRTs) and PCR vans, more than 50 ambulances, and firefighting equipment in and around the airport, Pragati Maidan, Rajghat, and along the routes that dignitaries and delegates will take.

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