Pudhari Online: Bilateral relations between India and Canada have deteriorated due to the murder case of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Hardeep Singh Nijjar petitioner was shot dead in Canada on 18th June. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has alleged India’s involvement in the murder. Meanwhile, on September 18, Canada arrested a senior Indian political official on charges of murder of a Khalistani terrorist. Meanwhile, India responded strongly by admonishing Canada’s High Commissioner Cameron McCay. They have been asked to leave India in the next five days. (Who was Hardeep Singh Nijjar)
Hardeep Singh Nijjar is the captured Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) chief and one of India’s most wanted terrorists. Hardeep Singh Nijjar Yachi, on June 18, two unknown gunmen shot and killed outside the Gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia province of Western Canada.
Cash reward of Rs 10 lakh
Hardeep Singh Nijjar is from Bharsingpur, Jalandhar, Punjab. So Canada would have gone to 1997. There he worked as a plumber. After that, he participated in the Khalistan supporters’ march there. After that his wealth increased. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) would have officially declared him as ‘absconder’. A cash reward of Rs 10 lakh would have been announced for anyone providing information about the petitioner, 45-year-old Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
allegation of target killing
He is accused of target killing in Punjab. America, Britain, Germany and Canada were said to be behind the anti-India protests. In 2014, terrorist Nijjar was responsible for the murder of self-proclaimed spiritual leader Baba Bhaniyara. The memories of the 40 terrorists declared by NIA were Nijjarcha boats. Nijjar’s participation would have been in taking a unanimous vote in favor of Khalistan and against India in Brampton, Canada. A lookout notice would have been issued against Nijjar on 23 January 2015. In 2021, if Dera Sacha Sauda follower Manohar Lal was murdered at Bhagta Bhai Lal’s office in Bathinda, then the Nijjar boats would have come forward. (Who was Hardeep Singh Nijjar)
Declared as ‘terrorist’
He would have been declared a ‘terrorist’ under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act in July 2020. Due to which, in September 2020, NIA would have seized his country’s assets. In 2016, Interpol Red Corner Notice would have been issued against him.
On a serious note, Nijjar, a prominent figure in the Khalistan movement, would have been involved in holding an unauthorized referendum in India for an independent Sikh state. Last year, Indian authorities announced a huge cash reward for information about Nijjar. At that time a priest would have been accused of being involved in the alleged attack.
stuck and stuck
Meanwhile, local authorities in Surrey, Canada, arrested Nijjarla in 2018 on suspicion of his involvement in terrorist activities and placed him under temporary house arrest. But later it was removed.
The population of Sikh community in Canada is 7 lakh 70 thousand. This population is about 2 percent of the total population of Canada.
serious allegations against india from canada
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, speaking during an emergency session of Parliament, said that his government is accused of having links with the Indian agent who murdered Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia in June. He has appealed to the Government of India to cooperate in eradicating this issue. Foreign Minister Melanie Jolie said that the Trudeau government has taken immediate action in this matter. “We are a senior Indian officer who has moved to Canada,” he told the officer concerned.
What a stupidity, India’s answer
Meanwhile, Canada has termed India’s allegations that India was involved in the killing of a pro-Khalistan leader as nonsense. Instead of taking such action, they should have called for legal action against the anti-India elements operating on their soil.
Or the promise has further hurt the bilateral relations between the two countries. India has expressed anger over the Sikh separatist actions in Canada. Or in this background, bilateral trade relations have been hampered. Also the discussion on the proposed trade agreement has been stopped.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the House of Commons on Monday that Canada is actively investigating allegations that Nijjar’s killer was linked to Indian government agents. Hakalpatti Kelly is the head of Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), India’s foreign intelligence agency in Canada.
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