India-Canada Row: The stance of Khalistanis against India in Canada seems to be getting tougher. It is reported that a post has been put up at the place where Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was killed, showing India’s PM Modi as ‘wanted’. It also includes the names of India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Indian High Commissioner Sanjay Kumar Verma. If reports are to be believed, these posters have been put up at a Gurudwara located in Surrey. Let us tell you that Canadian PM Justin Trudeau had already talked about India’s involvement in the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Now once again tensions seem to be increasing between the two countries regarding this.
India has been on the radar of those demanding Khalistan since the beginning. In this sequence, once again objectionable posters regarding Indian PM Modi and Foreign Minister S Jaishankar have been put up outside the Gurudwara in Sari. He has been shown as ‘wanted’ on the poster. It is being claimed that these posters have been put up by the separatist group Sikh for Justice. However, no official information has been revealed yet in this regard. The administration has also not yet intervened in the matter from its side.
Canada PM Justin Trudeau’s claim
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau had recently linked the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar to India. In this sequence, relations between the two countries deteriorated to a great extent. The Indian government had completely rejected Justin Trudeau’s allegations and termed them false. Since then, there was fierce debate on this topic in both the countries. Now once again due to this action of Khalistan, its discussion is in full swing.
Nijjar was murdered in June
Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was murdered in June itself. The location of the murder was Surrey where the controversial posters have been put up today. In this sequence, the atmosphere had changed due to Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s accusation on India of Nijjar’s murder. There was a round of allegations and counter-allegations from both the countries. However, the case of Nijjar’s murder is currently in the hands of the Canadian Police and no details have been revealed yet. Police say that the investigation is going on and soon the matter will be resolved after revealing it.
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