Sikhs for Justice threatens to paralyze Indian consulates in Canada


In an unprecedented diplomatic explosion, India and Canada are at loggerheads over Canada’s incendiary claim that India had a hand in the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Sikhs for Justice, the banned Indian separatist group, adds fuel to the raging fire by announcing their plans to stage protests and effectively shut down Indian consulates across Canada.

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Sikhs for Justice Vows to Disrupt Indian Consular Operations in Canada

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun from Sikhs for Justice informed Canadian media that they will take aggressive action against Indian consulates and lobby the Canadian government. The group suggests that the killing of Nijjar is a blatant message to pro-Khalistan Sikhs that they are not safe, even in Western countries.

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Diplomatic Tit-for-Tat: Canada and India Expel Diplomats

Canada, under the helm of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, didn’t hold back as it expelled a top Indian diplomat, slinging serious allegations against India. In a swift countermove, India summoned Canada’s High Commissioner and ordered a senior Canadian diplomat to pack up and leave the country within five days. According to official statements, India’s decision reflects its growing annoyance with Canada meddling in its internal affairs and supporting anti-India activities.

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