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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R-Day: Agencies keep close watch on Khalistanis, drones and Al-Qaeda

New Delhi, Jan 26: The Intelligence Bureau has asked the Delhi Police and other security agencies to keep a close watch on possible drone attacks on the occasion of Republic Day.

Anti-drone systems are in place to thwart any possible attack. Further the police are also searching for suspicious people. The agencies have also briefed Delhi Police Commissioner, Rakesh Asthana about the security in the national capital.

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By infiltrating farmer protests, Khalistanis want to create separatist mindset in India

New Delhi, Feb 08: Several pro-Khalistan outfits have thrown their hat in the ring amidst the farmer protests. The likes of Mo Dhaliwal have been blamed for creating a toolkit, which was used by Greta Thunberg to speak in favour of the farmer protests.

India has however made it clear that it will not tolerate any outside interference and the farmer protests are completely India’s internal matter. 

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The rise of the Khalistanis gives room for a separatist mindset like we saw in Kashmir

New Delhi, Jan 12: During the hearing on the farm laws, Attorney General of India, K K Venugopal told the Supreme Court that Khalistanis have infiltrated the farmer protests.

He was asked to file an affidavit to this effect to which the AG agreed and also said that an IB report would also be placed on record. 

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How Urban naxals, Khalistanis and ISI came together to break India

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New Delhi, July 4: Fake handles on the social media, a huge plot to revive the Khalistan movement and funding the naxalites. This is a deadly cocktail that has been unearthed by the Indian security agencies who say that there is a big foreign hand in creating unrest in India.

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