This article is about the campaign against terrorism, the All-India Anti-Terrorist Front (AIATF) chairman, and the Sikh community’s reaction to Mr. Bitta. As a former missionary, Bitta has faced many harrowing experiences, but he has risen above them all. In this article, we will look at what motivates him and the Sikh community’s response to his courage and missionary spirit.
|Real Name||Maninderjeet Singh Bitta|
|Profession||Politician, Chairman of AIATF, and Social Activist|
|Date of Birth||Yet to be updated|
|Age||Yet to be updated|
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|Family||Father: Yet to be updated
Mother: Yet to be updated
|Wife||Yet to be updated|
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|Hobbies||Reading Books, Listening to Music|
|Birth Place||Amritsar, Punjab, India|
|Hometown||Amritsar, Punjab, India|
Social Media Profiles
- Bitta’s life story was released as a film, The Kashmir Files.
- As of 2022, he has 19.1k+ followers on Instagram.
Maninderjeet Singh Bitta
Maninderjeet Singh Bitto is a former minister from Punjab and currently the chairman of the All India Anti-Terrorist Front. Before this, he served as the president of the Indian Youth Congress, a position he was appointed to by P. V. Narasimha Rao. He was previously a minister in the Punjab Government under Beant Singh. But before his appointment as an anti-terrorist leader, Bitta was an active member of the Indian Youth Congress.
A charismatic leader, Bitta was born in Amritsar, Punjab. At age 8, he joined the Congress Seva Dal. He was inspired by Bhagat Singh, the great martyr of the Indian freedom movement. Later, he served as the national president of the Indian Youth Congress. He is also a former minister of Punjab under Beant Singh. He also has lifetime Z category protection and private security that rivals any high-profile politician.
All-India Anti-Terrorist Front (AIATF) chairman
Bitta was once a top youth leader in the Congress Party. He was shot in 1992, but survived the attack, which also killed nine people and injured 36. He has been a prominent face on anti-terrorist fronts in the country for the past 25 years. He is also the chairman of the All-India Anti-Terrorist Front (AIATF).
Filmmakers have expressed great interest in putting Bitta’s story into movies, and Bollywood is no exception. The All-India Anti-Terrorist Front (AIATF) chairman was a former president of the Indian Youth Congress, and his story will be celebrated in upcoming films. The biopic will be directed by Shailendra Singh, and will feature Priya Gupta.
Campaign against terrorism
Campaign against terrorism is a cause dear to M.S. Bitta, who has become an icon of anti-terrorism in India. As a young boy, he was attacked by militants but refused to be intimidated by them. Then, he went on to launch a series of major functions, including one at the Capital’s Vigyan Bhawan, to raise awareness about the threat of terrorism.
The campaign is in response to the recent bombings in Mumbai, where a government car was bombed, which resulted in the death of nine people. The government car was ahead of the attackers, and the gunmen in Bitta’s convoy managed to surprise the militants by opening fire before the government car was able to move out of range. Bitta is the head of the All India Anti-Terrorist Front, which has called for the expeditious execution of terrorists.
Sikh community’s response to him
The 1984 violence has been a cause of concern for the Sikh community. The US State Department publicly reported the atrocities and grave human rights violations committed against the community. The reports outlined political killings, disappearances, denial of fair public trials, and negative effects on freedom of religion and civil society. Earlier this year, the US State Department published its first report on the situation in Punjab.
The Sikh community has expressed its strong opposition to the execution of Jaswant Singh Khalra, an activist who exposed the policy of mass cremation of Sikhs. It is estimated that over 50,000 Sikhs have been murdered in India and their bodies declared unidentified. Jaswant Singh Khalra was killed in police custody and his body was never returned to his family. Jaswant Singh, a former Jathedar of the Akal Takht, was killed in police custody and his body was not handed over to his family. The police also murdered Gurdev Singh Kaunke in a case that lasted more than six months.