After Trudeau’s statement, the spirits of Khalistani supporters in Canada are high. Within 2 hours of Trudeau’s statement, a secret meeting took place in a Gurudwara in British Columbia.
In which Gurudwara Council spokesperson Moninder Singh and many other Khalistan supporters are reported to have hatched a big conspiracy against India.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has fanned the Khalistani supporters growing up in Canada by making baseless allegations against India. After these allegations of the Prime Minister, Khalistan supporters in different states of Canada started hatching such conspiracies which have created a big threat not only to the Indians living there but also to the diplomats and the Indian Embassy. According to the information, Khalistani supporters have prepared for a big demonstration outside the High Commission of Canada and all the Consulates on September 25. Based on the input received by the intelligence agency, it has come to light that some council members in the Gurudwara located in Surrey, British Columbia have hatched a conspiracy regarding this.
Khalistan supporters became active
Let us tell you that in his recent statement given in the Parliament of Canada, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused India and said that the Indian government could be behind the murder of Canadian citizen Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Since then, Khalistan supporters sitting in Canada have become active. According to the information received from the intelligence agency, Khalistani supporters held a meeting in a Gurudwara in British Columbia on Monday after the PM’s statement and started preparing for a big conspiracy against India.
According to sources, Sardar Moninder Singh, spokesperson of Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara Council of Surrey, British Columbia, led the meeting. During this time, Moninder Singh and some other Khalistanis and extremists have together prepared for a big demonstration on September 25 in front of all the Canadian High Commission and Consulates including Indian supporters, diplomats and their families in Canada. According to sources, there is also information that during this entire protest, many former Canadian MPs, leaders and some extremists and Khalistan supporters are moving forward with dangerous intentions on this matter.
Experts related to defense matters believe that the Canadian government has already been giving support to Khalistan supporters on Canadian soil. This is the reason why due to the support of the Canadian government, anti-India activities continue in different parts of this country. In the recent past, in the name of Khalistan referendum, the Canadian government has not only been providing security to these anti-India Khalistanis but has also been providing program venues.
Activities of Khalistan supporters may increase in the coming days
According to intelligence agencies, many extremist public representatives of Canada have not only been encouraging Khalistan supporters against India but have also been advising the members to work on further strategy against India. Experts believe that the way the Canadian Prime Minister has made baseless allegations against India, its impact may start showing very rapidly in the next few days. Foreign affairs expert Arun Sinha says that the action taken by the Canadian government towards India is going to have a big impact on the relations between India and Canada in the coming days.
Indian diplomat expelled by Canadian government
It is significant that Trudeau said that Canadian security services had reason to suspect that Nijjar had been murdered by Indian government spies. Agencies in Canada are looking into the potential of an Indian plot in Nijjar’s slaying. Any role in the killing of a Canadian citizen on Canadian soil, according to Trudeau, is unacceptable. Meanwhile, the Canadian government has removed a senior Indian official.
Foreign Ministry denies Canada’s allegations
Justin Trudeau, the foreign minister of Canada, has categorically refuted his claim that India was responsible for Nijjar’s slaying in Parliament in a statement released by the Ministry of External Affairs. Additionally, Melanie Jolly, the foreign minister, has come under fire for her statement. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, India is a robust democracy with a dedication to the rule of law. It went on to say that we have long been concerned about the Canadian government’s inaction on matters involving the activities of Khalistani terrorists and fanatics.