Sikh For Justice Protest in Canada: Sikh for Justice (SFG), a Khalistani separatist group operating from Canada, has threatened to close the offices of the Indian Consulate in Canada next week in protest against the alleged murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. The organization has also called for peaceful protests during this period.
Nijjar, the president of Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara, was allegedly shot dead in the parking lot after evening prayers on June 18, 2023. The local police is investigating this matter. However, no one has been arrested in this yet. Investigators are searching for three suspects.
Even threatened not to work
According to Global News report, protests are going to be held outside the Indian Consulates in Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver next week. Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, legal counsel for Sikhs for Justice, said, “We will not allow Indian consulates to function and we will press the Canadian government to reveal the names of the individuals who killed Nijjar and ordered his killing.” Are responsible for.”
Demand to expel the Indian High Commissioner
Let us tell you that Sikh for Justice is known across the world for organizing a referendum on Khalistan. This organization is demanding the expulsion of Indian High Commissioner to Canada Sanjay Verma. The organization had described this murder as an attack on Sikhs and Canadian sovereignty. Meanwhile, Harkireet Kaur, a member of the North American Sikh Association, said that Hardeep was like a father in the Gurudwara. People are angry right now. This is such a news which has obviously shocked the entire country.
Canadian PM had expressed doubt on India
At the same time, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau claimed on Monday (18 September 2023) that “an agent of the Indian government was behind this murder. They have received intelligence about this.” After this, Trudeau also expelled a top diplomat of India. At the same time, India’s Foreign Ministry has denied these claims of Trudeau and retaliated by dismissing the Canadian diplomat. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs wrote, “We urge the Government of Canada to take prompt and effective legal action against all anti-India elements operating from its soil.”
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