Hardeep Singh Nijjar: Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a pro-Khalistan activist, was gunned down from outside a Hindu temple. Separatist Khalistani leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar was brutally murdered at a Hindu temple in Brampton, Toronto. Follow Our website TheGossipsWorld Media for the latest updates!!!!!
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Who Was Hardeep Singh Nijjar?
Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a Khalistan supremacist living in Canada, was gunned down in the parking structure of Surrey Gurdwara Singh in Toronto. He has long been active in anti-India movements and had previously sponsored a separatist referendum in Toronto.
Hardeep Singh Nijjar Wanted
Nijjar was the chairman of the Gurdwara Sikh Hindu temple in Surrey Town and a member of the proscribed separatist movement Sikhs for Freedom (SFJ). Nijjar was designated a terrorist by India’s government and was sought by the Central Bureau Of Investigation (NIA).
Hardeep Singh Nijjar Charges Explained
In India, he had several ongoing charges regarding him. Importantly, the NIA had already submitted a criminal complaint accusing Nijjar of reportedly plotting terror operations. According to IANS, India has also requested that Canadian investigators take action regarding him for purportedly being engaged in terrorist actions in Punjab.
Similar Cases of Khalistan
Avtar Singh Khanda, the principal culprit in the April 18 attack upon the Indian High Commission in England and the identity leader of the recognized terrorist organization Khalistan Independence Force (KLF), perished on the previous Thursday, according to reports from Sandwell Hospitals in London, UK.
On February 18, a pro-Khalistan demonstrator stormed the Indian High Committee’s rooftop in England and destroyed the Indian emblem. The National Drug law enforcement Bureau (NIA) is now investigating the matter and has issued suspected images as well as Surveillance video.
What Is Khalistan?
Khanda, alias Ranjodh Singh, applied for international protection in Great Britain. According to an HT article, he was influential in sensitizing the Sikh youngsters more toward the separatist cause for a separate Sikh homeland of “Khalistan.”
The NIA named him and four additional separatists as the prime suspects in a staged demonstration at the Indian High Commission in Britain on April 18.
Actions By The Indian Government
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) published photos of individuals engaged in a violent demonstration somewhere at the Indian consulate general in England by Khalistan sympathizers who “inflicted severe hurt and defiled the Indian Country’s Flag” on Thursday. The photographs follow the release of more than three hours of Surveillance tapes of the suspected damage by the governmental system.
A pro-Khalistan activist ascended the rooftop of something like the Indian High Commission in Britain on April 12 and destroyed the Indian emblem. The NIA took the matter into its own hands from the Delhi Policeman’s special unit.