Big Shock to Khalistani and Kashmiri Separatists, US Court Dismisses the Case Filed Against PM Modi and Amit Shah

The US court has dismissed the case filed against PM Modi and Amit Shah due to the petitioners’ unavailability on the two dates of hearing. The case was filed by a Khalistani and Kashmiri separatist and two other individuals; challenging the decision of the Indian parliament under which the special status of Jammu and Kashmir was removed. A $ 100 million lawsuit was filed by the separatists after the Howdy Modi event that was held on September 19, 2019, in Huston, Texas.

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In the case filed by separatists, the petitioners had demanded $ 100 million as compensation from PM Modi, Union Minister Amit Shah, and Lieutenant General Kanwal Jeet Singh Dhillon. Dhillon is currently Director General of ‘Defense Intelligence Agency‘ and the Deputy Chief of the ‘Integrated Defense Staff‘ under the Chief of Defense Staff (CDS).

In an order dated October 6, Judge Frances H. Stacey of the South Texas District Court of the US stated, “the petitioner’s referendum Front did nothing to pursue the case. The hearing was set twice for the date but the petitioners did not even attend.” With this, the judge dismissed the case.

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