‘Jallianwala’s revenge will kill the queen’, the threatening video sparked

London: A video has surfaced threatening to kill Queen Elizabeth II to avenge the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. In the video, a masked man is seen saying that Queen Elizabeth II will be killed to avenge the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre. This person is claiming to be an Indian Sikh. Scotland Yard has also started investigating the video.

The man said these words

The video, shared on Snapshot, shows a masked man posing as Indian Sikh Yashwant Singh Chail. In the video, he says, ‘I’m sorry, what I did and what I will do, I’m sorry too. I will try to assassinate Queen Elizabeth of the royal family. It is revenge for those killed in the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre. It is also revenge for those who have been killed, insulted or discriminated against for racial reasons. I am an Indian Sikh. My name is Yashwant Singh Chail, my name is Darth Jones.

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The shots were fired at Dyer’s direction

In April 1919, during Baishakhi, the massacre took place at Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar. At the behest of General Dyer, British troops opened fire on a peaceful pro-independence protest, killing scores of people. The video, posted on The Sun website, shows a man wearing a Star Wars-like mask holding a black weapon. The video has been sent to followers of that person’s Snapchat account.

One intruder was recently caught

A few days ago, an intruder at Elizabeth’s Windsor Castle was arrested. In such a situation, this threat has woken up the police. Scotland Yard officials are investigating the threatening video, which is said to be related to an intruder arrested from Windsor Castle on Christmas Day. This intruder had an arrow and a bow. Metropolitan Police say a suspect arrested after a mental health examination has been charged under British Mental Health Act and is under medical supervision.

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