As many as 40 web sites belonging to the Sikh For Justice (SFJ), an outlawed organisation, have been blocked by the federal government for supporting secessionist actions, the House Ministry stated on Sunday.
The US-based Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) is a pro-Khalistan terrorist group.
“Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), an illegal organisation beneath the UAPA,1967, launched a marketing campaign for registering supporters for its trigger. On advice of MHA, MEITY has issued orders beneath Sec. 69 A of the I.T. Act, 2000, for blocking 40 web sites of SFJ,” a house ministry spokesperson stated.
The Ministry of Electronics and Data Expertise (MEITY) is the nodal authority for monitoring the cyber house in India.
Final 12 months, the house ministry had banned the SFJ for its alleged anti-national actions.
The SFJ pushed for Sikh Referendum 2020 as a part of its separatist agenda.
It brazenly espouses the reason for Khalistan and in that course of challenges the sovereignty and territorial integrity of India, one other official stated.