Khalistan separatist leader, leader of Khalistan Tiger Force Murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar(Hardeep Singh Nijjar) It is known that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s comments that the hand of the Indian government is behind it has caused a great uproar around the world. India Expressing strong objection, Canada expelled the diplomat in Delhi.
It has also stopped issuing visas to Canadians. The same level of response is coming from Canada as well.
On the other hand, Khalistan separatists and Sikh groups in Canada are getting angry with Trudeau’s announcement.
Extremists are likely to target non-Sikh religions here.
India-Canada Punjab to set up helpline for NRIs, Indians, students in Canada amid tense situation BJP president Sunil Jakhar(Sunil Jakhar) requested the External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar. He wrote a letter to this effect in which he expressed concern about the safety of Indians living in Canada.
There until the problem is solved Government for the safety of Indians Zakhar asked him to issue a statement explaining the steps being taken.
Among Indians living in Canada, especially those who went there for studies, Canada Jakhar expressed his concern that those who are making arrangements to go abroad are creating panic. He suggested that a WhatsApp number should be released for Indian students who want to go abroad to contact the authorities for guidelines. Jakhar was fired that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had made harmful allegations for his political gain.
TrudeauHe wished (Justin Trudeau) to realize his folly as soon as possible and resolve the issue amicably. Jakhar asserted that no one can dictate how India should defend its sovereignty.
Trudeau said that the Center had taken the right stand by facing the outrage and asking for evidence on the allegations.