As the tension between India and Canada is increasing, the rhetoric and restrictions on each other are continuing, the problems of the Hindu community living in Canada are also increasing. Amid the uproar over the death of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Sikh for Justice warned the Hindu community to leave Canada. Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, the chief of this terrorist organization, had recently organized a referendum on Khalistan. A large number of Khalistan supporters reached here. Since then, a situation of insecurity has arisen in the Hindu community here.
Canadian Hindu for Harmony spokesperson Vijay Jain says that the Hindu community is worried about the threat of Khalistani terrorist Pannu. He said that a situation like 1985 could arise here. He told that there is a wave of Hinduphobia everywhere. Vijay Jain says that there is a danger of worsening the situation due to Justin Trudeau’s statements in the Nijjar massacre and especially his words of holding India responsible.
Khalistan terrorists blasted the plane in 1985
The Hindu for Harmony spokesperson was referring to the Khalistani bombing of the Air India Montreal-London-Delhi-Bombay flight in June 1985. The terrorists had placed a bomb in the plane. The plane broke into two parts due to the explosion near the Ireland coast. 329 people aboard were killed in this attack, which included 22 crew members. Most of the passengers were Canadian citizens and were traveling to India to meet relatives. In memory of this attack, National Memorial Day is celebrated in Canada every year on 23 June. The names of three people came to light in connection with this attack, which included Inderjit Singh Rayat, Ripudaman Singh Malik and Ajaib Singh Bagri. Among these, Indrajit was the only accused who was sentenced to jail.
Khalistan favorite of Canadian governments
Now call it Justin Trudeau’s compulsion or a political move, but he released the terrorist who killed more than 300 people. Trudeau assumed the post of Prime Minister in 2015 and terrorist Inderjit Singh was released the next year in 2016. Surprisingly, other Khalistani terrorists who killed hundreds of people in one fell swoop had already been released. It is worth noting that not only Justin Trudeau loves Khalistanis, but Khalistanis have been the choice of ruling leaders even before him.
Indira government took ‘Operation Blue Star’ action in 1984
The killing of Bhindranwale in 1984 and the action taken by the Indira Gandhi government to end the Khalistan movement (Operation Blue Star) had increased the resentment among the Khalistanis. From Canada to the world, fanatic Sikhs who dreamed of creating their own country separate from Punjab protested. Anti-India voices started rising from everywhere. It is said that even then a situation of insecurity arose among the Hindu community in Canada. It is believed that the bombings of two separate planes and the killing of hundreds of people were done in response to this Operation Blue Star.
Plane bomb blast accused get acquittal
Apart from Air India’s Kanishka aircraft, Inderjit Singh and his associates had also planted a bomb in another aircraft, which exploded at Narita Airport in Japan. Two people were killed in this explosion. Apart from him, there were two more accused in this plane crash, who had already been acquitted due to lack of evidence. Ripudaman Singh Malik, who was allegedly responsible for these attacks, was shot dead by unknown people in Surrey, British Columbia. He was released in 2005. Apart from this, Ajaib Singh Bagri also got bail due to lack of evidence. Canadian police have not yet completed the investigation into Malik’s death.
Attacks on Hindu temples in Canada, ‘Hinduphobia’ increasing
Many Hindu temples in Canada have been targeted since the crackdown was started against Khalistani terrorists and supporters in India. After the Khalistan referendum, fanatics of the Sikh community usually target temples. Khalistan supporters have been found guilty in at least a dozen cases of anti-India activities and targeting Hindu temples. India has been claiming that Hinduphobia is increasing in Canada. People of the local Hindu community here also feel it. The struggle to add the word ‘Hinduphobia’ to human rights laws is also going on. A petition in this regard is pending in the Canadian House of Commons. Nearly 9000 signatures have been received on the petition so far.
Khalistan terrorist Pannu ‘excited’ by India’s criticism
Sikh for Justice has welcomed Justin Trudeau’s statements criticizing India and holding India responsible for Nijjar’s death. Gurpatwant Singh Pannu said that he is excited by this. He threatened the Hindu community to leave Canada. The terrorist said that you not only support India but also support the suppression of the expression of pro-Khalistan Sikhs. Pannu is included in the wanted list of India.