Hardeep Singh murder, Sikh protests in Canada, Indian flag burning


New Delhi, Toronto, New York: Sikh protests in Canada against the killing of Hardeep Singh, protesters burning the Indian flag and waving “Khalistan” flags.

A comprehensive investigation into the murder of Sikh leader Hardeep Singh was demanded.

Sikhs living in Canada staged protests outside Indian diplomatic missions in Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver against the killing of Khalistan Movement leader Hardeep Singh Najjar. Demonstrators carrying flags of the Khalistan movement burnt the Indian flag on this occasion. Hundreds of demonstrators participated in protests in Toronto and Vancouver and burned the Indian flag and kicked the effigy of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Sikh protesters in Ottawa. Gathering outside the Indian High Commissioner’s office, the protesters waved “Khalistan” flags.

The protesters thanked Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for revealing India’s involvement in the killing of Hardeep Singh and demanded a comprehensive investigation into the killing of Hardeep Singh to prevent future attacks on Sikhs. Remember that both countries have expelled each other’s diplomats from their country and India has temporarily suspended visas for Canadian citizens.

Canadian Defense Minister Bill Blair has said that India’s involvement in the killing of Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nagar could be a challenging issue in our relationship with New Delhi. During a conversation with a local channel in Ottawa, Bill Blair said that we have a responsibility to defend the law and our citizens. In view of the growing pressure from the West to take action against the officials of the Indian intelligence agencies involved in the killing of a Sikh leader in Canada, India has lured the West with the lithium discovered in the occupied Jammu and Kashmir, a disputed region recognized by the United Nations. The intention of auctioning the reserves has been expressed. At the beginning of this year, India claimed to have discovered lithium reserves in Jammu and Kashmir, with a total amount of 5.9 million tons. According to the news leaked to a foreign media group, India will soon auction these reserves. .

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