In recent times, the Indian state of Punjab has been in the news due to the growing threat posed by Khalistani militants. These separatist groups aim to establish an independent Sikh state in Punjab, which has resulted in a surge of violence and unrest in the region.
However, the people of Punjab have had enough of this violence and are standing up against the Khalistanis. A movement has emerged on social media with the hashtag #DuubKeMarjaoKhalistaniyo, which roughly translates to “drown, Khalistanis”.
The movement has gained momentum in the wake of the recent attack on a police officer in Punjab’s Tarn Taran district. The officer was brutally attacked by suspected Khalistani militants, who also snatched his weapon before fleeing the scene. The incident has sent shockwaves across the state, with people demanding immediate action against the perpetrators.
The hashtag has been trending on Twitter, with thousands of people expressing their anger and frustration at the Khalistani militants. Many have shared stories of how the violence has affected their lives, with some even sharing pictures of their loved ones who have been killed or injured in these attacks.
Political leaders from across the spectrum have also joined the chorus of voices speaking out against the Khalistanis. The Chief Minister of Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh, has vowed to take strong action against the militants and has asked for the support of the central government in this regard.
In addition to social media, people have also taken to the streets to voice their opposition to the Khalistanis. Several protests have been organized across the state, with people demanding an end to the violence and terrorism.
The people of Punjab have made it clear that they will not tolerate the Khalistani militants any longer. The movement against them is growing stronger by the day, and it remains to be seen how the situation will unfold in the coming days.