The fringe pro-Khalistan group from Canada that threatens India’s security

New Delhi, Feb 04: The anti-India sentiment from Canada is a well known fact. Pro-Khalistan groups such as the Sikhs for Justice have been trying to rake up sentiments and revive the Khalistan movement in Punjab.

Minister of State for External Affairs, V Muraleedharan told the Rajya Sabha that only a small fringe group of pro-Khalistan elements in Canada is spreading anti-India feelings and the government remained closely engaged with that country over the issue.

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How Khalistan terrorists in Canada are effecting targeted killings in Punjab

New Delhi, Dec 24: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against four operatives of the Khalistan Tiger Force in connection with cases of targeted killings. 

Those charged are Kamaljeet Sharma, Ram Singh, Arshdeep Singh and Hardeep Singh Nijjar. The case relates to the targeted killing of Manohar Lal. 

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Sri Lankan human trafficking case: Victims were lured with promise of jobs in Canada

New Delhi, Oct 07: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against seven human traffickers in connection with the Sri Lanka human trafficking case.

The NIA has named Dhinakaran, Kasi Viswanathan, Rasool, Satham Ushen, Saddam Hussain, Abdul Muheetu and Socrates in its chargesheet. All are residents of Tamil Nadu.

The NIA accused them of being involved in an organised international trafficking racket across the Indian-Sri Lankan maritime boundary. They were luring Sri Lankan nationals on the pretext of immigration to Canada, following which they were confined in different places in the country.

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Modus Operandi: Babbar Khalsa raises funds in Canada, ISI channelises it for terror at Wolverhampton

New Delhi, Apr 20: The recent chargesheet filed by the National Investigation Agency against 7 operatives of the Babbar Khalsa International in connection with a narco smuggling case clearly suggests that the ISI continues to be backed heavily by the ISI, which is aiming cause a huge unrest in the country. 

When a clean up act was launched in Punjab against the Khalistan terrorists, several of the top brass fled to Pakistan and took shelter with the help of the ISI. In 2012, the Intelligence Bureau put up a report indicating that the Babbar Khalsa was attempting a comeback in India with the help of the ISI. 

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Canada dials India for COVID-19 vaccine, Delhi says will do its best

New Delhi. Feb 10: Canada has informed India about its requirements for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a telephone call today from Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada.

Prime Minister Trudeau informed Prime Minister Modi about Canada’s requirements of COVID-19 vaccines from India. Prime Minister assured the Canadian PM that India would do its best to support Canada’s vaccination efforts, just as it had done for many other countries already.

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Churning the communal cauldron: Handlers in Italy, Canada, UK fan the Khalistan movement

New Delhi, Feb 09: The agencies have been speaking about an outside hand that is desperately looking to fan violence amidst the farmer protests.

Repeated statements are being made by pro-Khalistan elements from countries such as Canada and the United Kingdom on the farmer protests.

The government has even asked Twitter to suspend accounts that are putting out such content which threatens national security. 

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At crucial IPU meet, India to back Portugal, Uzbekistan over Pakistan, Canada

Om Birla

New Delhi, Nov 02: India and Pakistan would face off at the meeting of the Governing Council of the Inter-Parliamentary Union. This is a body of various parliaments. Pakistan is contesting to become the presidency of the IPU in the session.

It faces a contest from Portugal, Uzbekistan and Canada. India will oppose Pakistan’s candidature, sources familiar with the developments tell OneIndia. The official cited here also said that India would be backing the candidature of Portugal’s Duarte Pacheco or Akmal Saidov from Uzbekistan. 

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