Jammu: The nexus between Kashmiri terrorists and the radicalised Sikhs demanding Khalistan, has once again emerged, with Gurpatwant Singh Pannun of the Sikhs for Justice, an organisation of radical Sikhs supporting 'Referendum 2020', extending legal assistance to three Kashmiri students arrested for links with terrorists.

The Sikhs for Justice has openly supported the Kashmiri trio associated with the terrorist organisation Ansar Gazwat ul Hind (AGH), led by Zakir Musa.

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Zahid Gulzar, Mohammad Idrees Shah and Yusuf Bhatt, students of a private college, were arrested from Jalandhar in Punjab a few days ago, along with arms and ammunition.

Police sources told MyNation that three students were in Punjab to support 'Referendum 2020' and to facilitate a terror attack in New Delhi.

The arrested trio revealed that AGH chief Musa had visited Punjab to fuel the 'Referendum 2020' campaign and radicalise local Sikh youths to join terror ranks.

The Sikhs for Justice has now said that it will provide legal aid to the three Kashmiri students. The link between the Khalistan radicals and Kashmir terrorists has come out in the open, and the Sikhs For Justice has said that it would also support the 'cause of freedom' in Kashmir.

Meanwhile, posters of 'Referendum 2020' were spotted in various parts of Jammu city, which clearly shows that the Khalistan radicals and Kashmiri terrorists are hell-bent on radicalising Sikh youths of the Jammu region. The local police, however, has taken swift action and removed all the posters.