Diplomat thanking Canada Sikh referendum proves again the role of Pakistan

Pakistani Consul General’s visit to pro Khalistan Gurudwaras in Canada once again proves how deeply is Pakistan involved in Sikh extremism and its violent acts against India.

New Delhi, Sep 23: Pakistani Consul General Janbaz Khan visited two pro Khalistanis Gurudwara in Surrey, Vancouver on the day the Sikh Referendum was held in Brampton.

The visit by Khan was to thank the office bearers for sending donations for flood relief in Pakistan. Khan has done two stints in India in the Pakistan High Commission. He visited pro-Khalistan Sri Dashmesh Darbar and Guru Nanak Sikh Gurudwara in Surrey on September 18, a report in the Hindustan Times said. He was accompanied by two officers of his consulate and held secret meetings with the separatist office bearers.

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With Khalistanis having a free run in Canada, UK, India set to send out strong message

India has repeatedly raised concerns about the rise of Khalistan extremism in Canada and the UK, but the countries have turned a blind eye to both the requests and the reminders

New Delhi, Sep 21: With cases of violence against Hindus rising and repeated requests to quell Sikh extremism falling on deaf ears, India has put Canada and the UK on notice.

India has repeatedly raised concerns about the rise of Khalistan extremism in Canada and the UK. Furthermore, these elements operate freely in these countries and plot violent acts in India with the support of their masters in Pakistan.

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Yet another anti-India act reported from Canada and the Khalistan connection isn’t surprising

While radical Islamic groups continue to remain a concern for the Indian security apparatus, it is these pro-Khalistan elements which have also become a nightmare

New Delhi, Sep 15: In yet another anti-India act from Canada, a temple in Toronto was vandalised. Anti-India slogans were scribbled by the Khalistani elements at the BAPS Swaminarayan Temple in Toronto.

The Indian High Commission in Canada has condemned the incident and said the authorities have been requested to investigate the incident and take prompt action against the perpetrators.

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West’s dubious stand on Khalistan is worrisome for India

The Narendra Modi government has been urging countries such as the United Kingdom and Canada to act against these forces

New Delhi, July 25: The complete reluctance by the western countries to act against pro-Khalistan outfits such as the Sikhs for Justice (SJF) has perturbed the Indian agencies. Officials say that the very fact that the pro-Khalistan groups are getting more dangerous by the day and the reality that the west is refusing to act is disturbing on several levels.

The Narendra Modi government has been urging countries such as the United Kingdom and Canada to act against these forces. New Delhi had in April taken strong exception to the UK allowing a referendum by the Khalistan forces.

The Khalistan groups such as the SJF, Khalistan Zindabad Force among others have been responsible for numerous acts of terror in India. They have been involved in carrying out terror attacks in Punjab and also targeting Hindus in Punjab.

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Canada protecting Khalistanis, gangsters has become a bane for India’s security

India has often raised concerns about pro-Khalistan elements operating in Canada.

New Delhi, Jun 03: The killing of Sidhu Moosewala has once again put the spot-light back on Canada.

India has often raised concerns about pro-Khalistan elements operating in Canada.

The Indian High Commission in Ottawa has flagged concerns to the foreign ministry of Canada about the gangster involved in violent crimes in Punjab. It may be recalled that following the death of Moosewala the Punjab Police had said that Goldy Brar, a Canadian based member of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang who has 16 cases against him in India was involved in the incident. Further Bishnoi’s nephew has claimed responsibility for the killing of Moosewala.

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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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