NEW DELHI: The Home Ministry has told a parliamentary panel that Sikh youths were being trained at ISI facilities in Pakistan to carry out terror activities in India.
Senior Ministry officials also told the Committee on Estimates that Sikh youths settled in Europe, U.S and Canada were being “misguided against India with false and malicious propaganda.”
The officials told the panel that some Sikh “brainwashed children” participated in stone pelting incidents in Jammu and Kashmir “because they were being paid money” or “because of social media pressure.”
The Parliamentary panel, headed by senior BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi, tabled the report ‘Central armed police forces and internal security challenges-evaluation and response mechanism’ in Parliament on Mond
Commanders of Sikh militancy based in Pakistan are under pressure from ISI to carry out terrorist activities not only in Punjab state but also in other parts of the India.
Security agencies has concern’s over radicalisation of sikh youths by the terrorist groups through the misuse of internet and social media.
It is not the first time when Pakistan training sikh youth, Last time Pakistan trained sikh youth in 1980s.