Khalistan Leader, Designated Terrorist Shot Dead In Canada
In a recent incident at the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a known Khalistan supporter and designated terrorist, was fatally shot. The incident has sent shockwaves through the Punjabi community in the area.
Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the former chief of Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF), has been identified by authorities as a key figure in the Sikh separatist movement.
A man named Nijjar is currently wanted in at least four cases related to Sikh radicalism by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).
One of these cases involves a conspiracy to kill a Hindu priest in Phillaur, Punjab. In July, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) announced a cash reward of Rs10 lakh for him.
It has been reported that Nijjar, the leader of the pro-Khalistani group Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF), has been identified as the individual accountable for encouraging the separatists and terror agenda of the organization known as ‘Sikhs for Justice’, which is run by Gurpatwant Singh Pannun.
A man, who had been involved in terror activities in India, was appointed as the representative of the separatist organization SFJ in Canada. The leader of SFJ, Pannun, tasked him with promoting the ‘Referendum-2020 campaign’.
A recent incident has come to light where a man has been accused of forcefully occupying Surrey’s Guru Nanak Sikh temple to become its president.
Despite claiming to earn a livelihood through hard work as a plumber, the man’s actions have raised questions about his intentions and methods.
The incident has caused concern among the Sikh community in Surrey and has sparked a debate about the need for transparency and accountability in religious institutions.
Over the past few years, a man has been frequently spotted participating in protests outside the Consulate General of India in Vancouver.
Najjar has reportedly developed a cordial relationship with individuals such as Moninder Boyle, a well-educated Sikh who was born in Canada and advocates for separatism.
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It has been reported that Boyle formerly held the position of president at Sri Dashmesh Darbar, a gurdwara located in Surrey.
According to reports, the gurdwaras Guru Nanak Sikh Temple and Sri Dashmesh Darbar both support anti-Indian Khalistani groups.