Amritsar . There is tension in the relations between India and Canada after the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada. Canada has accused Indian agents of being involved in the murder. Meanwhile, a big revelation has come to light in the matter. The Washington Post has obtained 90 seconds of CCTV footage of Nijjar’s murder. It has been handed over to the investigating authorities.
According to the video, 6 people were involved in the murder of Nijjar, who came in Sikh getup. According to Washington Post, the accused had followed Nijjar’s pickup truck for a long time in two cars. During this period several times a white car and Nijjar’s truck came face to face. Meanwhile the car came in front of the truck. On this Nijjar stopped the truck. After this, 2 out of 6 people present in the car came out wearing hooded sweatshirts. They opened fire on Nijjar and then fled in the car.
The attackers had fired 50 bullets. Sardar wearing a hoodie was seen running away.
The attackers had fired about 50 bullets. Out of these, 34 bullets had hit Nijjar. When all this happened, about 100 yards away, Gurudwara volunteer Bhupinderjit Singh was playing football in the Kabaddi Park. He heard some voices. Initially they thought it was the sound of firecrackers, but when the sounds continued for a long time, they became suspicious.
After this they reached the spot running. As soon as Bhupinderjit opened the driver’s side door of the truck, he saw Nijjar inside soaked in blood. Then his breathing had stopped. There was only blood and glass fragments in and around the truck.
Sardar wearing hoodie was seen running
Gurdwara committee member Malkit Singh, who was playing football in a nearby field, told The Washington Post that he saw two men wearing black hoodies running towards Cougar Creek Park. He followed them into the park. Both the accused who opened fire were wearing hoodies over short turbans and had black masks on their faces.
Malkit told that one of them was about five feet tall and thick. He had to make efforts even to run away. Whereas the second accused was about 4 inches taller than him and also lean. Both of them ran towards a culvert outside the park and fled in a silver car present there. There were already 3-4 people present in that car.
Witnesses to Nijjar’s murder told The Washington Post that it took about 20 minutes for police to arrive after being informed. People in the community said that it was a bit surprising that the police took so long to arrive as the police usually patrol the area.
After this, for a long time the Surrey Police and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) kept deciding who would investigate the case. On July 21, about a month after the murder, officials had sought help from the public in identifying the accused. The Washington Post visited 39 business setups and homes along the route the attackers fled. Most people said that no official had contacted them.
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