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Khalistani Supporters Putting up Posters of Indira Gandhi’s Assassination, Hindu Community In Canada Terrified, Canadian MP Raises Concern

Indo-Canadian relationships have been on a nose dive especially after the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau blames India for the death of Khalistani separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a member of the Khalistani movement, which India classifies as a terrorist organization was shot dead by unknown gunmen. However, India has already stated that it had no role in Nijjar’s murder.

Canada is perceived by some critics, particularly in India, as a refuge for individuals linked to the Khalistani cause.

In the latest act of fueling hostility and fear in the Hindu community in Canada posters of Indira Gandhi’s Assassination have been prominently displayed across Canada.

The poster shows a bullet-ridden body of the late Prime Minister who was assassinated by her own Sikh Bodyguards who wanted to punish her for ordering Operation Blue Star, the infamous military action in the holiest shrines of the Sikh Religion, the Harminder Sahib to flush out the terrorists who had occupied the complex.

The issue has been raised by the MP of Canada, Chandan Arya who said that the main motive of putting up the posters is to instill a feeling of fear in the minds of Hindus residing in Canada. T

he Canadian member of parliament, Arya, further recalled the threats that were spread a couple of years back when Canadian Hindus were asked to leave the country by Gurpatwant Singh Pannun of Sikhs for Justice.

Arya said in a post shared on X,

“Khalistan supporters in Vancouver with posters, of Hindu Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi body with bullet holes with her bodyguards turned assassins holding their guns, are again attempting to instill fear of violence in Hindu-Canadians. This is a continuation of threats with a similar float in Brampton a couple of years back and a few months back Pannu of Sikhs for Justice asking Hindus to go back to India. I again call on law enforcement agencies in Canada to take immediate action,” Arya added.

Meanwhile Dominic A LeBlanc, the Minister of Public Safety, Democratic Institutions, and Intergovernmental Affairs stated that the promotion of violence is not acceptable in Canada. The Minister said on X

“This week, there were reports of imagery depicting the assassination of Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in Vancouver. The promotion of violence is never acceptable in Canada,”

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun of Sikhs for Justice is a designated Khalistani Terrorist and he is also the legal advisor and spokesperson for Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) which is seeking to establish a separate Sikh homeland.

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