Chandigarh: Punjab chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Thursday dared the pro-Khalistan elements to come to Punjab and face his government’s wrath.
In a hard-hitting reaction to the reported video threats against him and Ludhiana MP Ravneet Bittu, the CM said he was not intimidated by such acts and was more than ready to take on such forces in order to protect the state and its people.
Elements like these are trying hard to disrupt the peace and harmony of Punjab, he said.
According to a report published in The Tribune he said, “If they have the guts, they should come to Punjab and my government will take suitable action to ensure that they do not get away with their cowardly threats and attempts to revive terrorism in the state,” he added.
In wake of open threats by Canadian pro-Khalistan elements and intelligence inputs he said that he would not seek enhanced security for him and Bittu, the CM said the state police was more than capable of providing protection to the people, including Congress leaders.