On the day the so-called Sikh referendum was held in Brampton, Ontario, Pakistani consul general Jambaz Khan visited two Kalistan gurdwaras in Surrey, Vancouver to send donations for flood relief in Pakistan. He expressed his gratitude to the public servant who helped him.
CG Khan of Pakistan, who has carried out two missions in India for the Pakistan High Commission, visits pro-Kalistan Sri Dashmesh Durbar and Guru Nanak Sheikh Gurdwara in Surrey with two officials from his consulate on September 18. and held secret talks with the Separatist operatives. .
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The president of Guru Nanak Sikh Gurudwara is Hardeep Singh Nijjar, ¥A bounty of 100,000 rupees has been placed on his head as he is wanted in four NIA cases related to Sikh radicalism, including a conspiracy to murder a Hindu priest in Filaar, Punjab. It is The Dashmesh Darbar Temple is also run by a separatist element and his Nijjar friends.
Justin Trudeau’s government formally told India on September 16 that it would not recognize so-called referendums and would respect India’s territorial integrity and sovereignty. Almost no suppression. Anti-Indian trends among the radicalized Sikh community. India’s concerns were communicated verbally and in writing to Toronto at the highest level of political and institutional security.
The chief of the Khalistan Tiger Force, Nijjar, was a representative of the banned Sikhs for Justice platform run by the US-based separatist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, so the Pakistan CG on the day of the Brampton referendum. A visit confirms that Pakistan’s Deep State is fishing in troubled waters.
Pakistan’s ISI has been known for decades to be the main actor behind this Sikh separatist movement, which has seen some of India’s most wanted Sikh terrorists take refuge in Lahore. I’m here. Over the past decades, India has handed over the documents of Sikh terrorists and gangsters seeking refuge in Pakistan to Islamabad and deported them to their countries of origin to no avail.
Along with another colleague, Moninder Singh Boyle, former president of Dashmesh Darbar, Nijjar helped launch a campaign against Ripudaman Singh Malik, who was acquitted in the 2005 Air India Kanishka bombing. Malik was murdered in Surrey on 24 July 2022.