Trudeau acting like Turd accuses India of role in killing of Canadian...

Trudeau acting like Turd accuses India of role in killing of Canadian Khalistani Terrorist leader


Trudeau acting like Turd accuses India of role in killing of Canadian Khalistani Terrorist leader

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has acted like pure Turd saying that Canadian national security agencies are investigating “credible allegations” that the “agents of the government of India” were involved in the killing of prominent Canadian Khalistani terrorist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in B.C. in June this year.

“Over the past number of weeks, Canadian security agencies have been actively pursuing credible allegations of a potential link between agents of the government of India and the killing of a Canadian citizen Hardeep Singh Nijjar,” Trudeau said, addressing the House of Commons about an “extremely serious matter,” after informing the opposition party leaders.

The prime minister said he’s urging the Indian government to cooperate with Canada in the investigation into Nijjar’s death and said he expects India to “reiterate that its position on extra-judicial operations in another country is clearly and unequivocally in line with international law.”

Turdeau sorry Trudeau has said the above without batting an eyelid but not clarifying as to what the fugitive terrorist was doing in Canada for so long and indulging in activities not only against India but also against Sikh community in Canada itself. A clear indication that this terrorist was getting full support from deep inside the Canadian Intelligence set up.

Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly also announced that Canada has expelled a “key Indian diplomat.” saying that this person was the head of the Canadian operations for the Research and Analysis Wing — India’s foreign intelligence agency. Joly’s office told CTV News on Monday evening the diplomat’s name is Pavan Kumar Rai, who is listed on the Indian High Commission’s website as a minister for economic, coordination and community affairs.

Joly added that Canada “expects India to fully collaborate with us and ultimately to get to the bottom of this.” She also said she plans to raise this issue during an evening meeting with the G7 foreign ministers in New York on Monday…..As if G7 can force India on the Preposterous Canadian allegation and make it accept what the Govt of India has rejected outright.

Well as a tit for tat India too has ordered expulsion of an equivalent rank Canadian diplomat. Indians are quite fed up of the double standards of the Canadian Govt since long. No one has forgotten the downing of Air India KANISHKA in 1985 where 329 passengers and 22 crew members had been killed. The terror was plotted in Canada and the Canadian Intelligence was fully aware of the ongoing plotting but did nothing about it.

Nijjar, who had forcibly become the president of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara, had been a long-time advocate of the Khalistan movement, which calls for an independent homeland for Sikhs in India’s Punjab region. The Sikh leader was gunned out outside the temple in Surrey, B.C., on June 18. Thereafter there has been protests from Khalistanis accusing India over the killing.

The Canadian Govt failed to bring out that apart from being a Khalistani terrorist, Nijjar had also forcibly captured the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurudwara

Last week, Trudeau was in India attending the G20, where there were signs of diplomatic tensions and a very clear REBUFF Trudeau received from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It is very clear that this chap must have raised the issue in most arrogant manner.

Trudeau confirmed the above when on return he told the Canadian House he “personally and directly” brought up allegations to Modi when they met. Meanwhile, India has most politely but very firmly stated “strong concerns about continuing anti-India activities of extremist elements in Canada.”

“Any involvement of a foreign government in the killing of a Canadian citizen on Canadian soil is an unacceptable violation of our sovereignty,” Trudeau said. Mr T the same is true for India and in addition we don’t like any country permitting anti India activities on their soil.

Relations between Canada and India have been strained for quite some time, and late last week with little explanation federal Trade Minister Mary Ng postponed a Trade Mission going to India that was slated to take place this fall. 

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre echoed calls for the Indian government to cooperate with Canadian investigators and offered his condolences to the family of Nijjar. “If these allegations are true, they represent an outrageous affront to Canada, to Canada’s sovereignty,” he told the House. “Our citizens must be safe from extrajudicial killings of all kinds, most of all from foreign governments.”

We Indians too would ask you to reciprocate and ban all anti India activities from your soil.Also instead of supporting Khalistani terrorists, we would request you to look after the indigenous Canadians who have faced horrendous abuse since long.

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and a known Khalistani Sympathizer said the “shocking” news will have “deep and devastating impacts to Canadians.” And openly accused the Indian Govt. This Khalistani had himself denied a visa to India in 2013, which he accepts was due to his Khalistan advocacy and criticism of India’s human rights record.

Poor T had even raised the issue with U.S. President Joe Biden and U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak during the G20 summit. White House National Security spokesperson Adrienne Watson said the U.S. is “deeply concerned” over the allegations. However it seems they must have just politely listened to the Cry baby.

In a Sept. 5 interview with Canadian Press, Indian High Commissioner Sanjay Kumar Verma said India wants Nijjar’s murder “investigated to the fullest” and speculated the motives behind the killing “may not necessarily be only Khalistan-driven.”

“Those who have committed this grievous injury should be punished according to Canadian law,” said Mr Verma. 


This news also comes as the federal government has launched an investigation in Canada, after a series of allegations earlier this year over alleged Chinese meddling in Canadian democracy. The commissioner of this new inquiry has been instructed to look beyond China, to include other foreign states and non-state actors, and Singh is now calling for this specific situation to come under scrutiny as part of this probe.

In June, Jody Thomas, Turds national security advisor, had accused India by saying that India is among the top sources of foreign interference that in Canada, alongside authoritarian countries like China, Russia and Iran. Terrorist supporters should not even attempt such bracketing of India, it will backfire miserably.

It’s not the first time India has been accused of interference in Canada. In 2018, the prime minister’s then-national security adviser David Jean suggested “rogue elements of the Indian government may have tried to sabotage “ Turds bilateral visit to India after also accepting that convicted attempted murderer Jaspal Atwal was photographed at a reception with officials from Canada’s delegation. The Indian government totally rejected such outlandish claims.

Khalistani Reactions

Outside of India, Canada is home to the largest Sikh community in the world and majority are supporters of India.

However the miniscule Anti Indian Khalistani Sikhs outfit for Justice, a U.S.-based pro-Khalistan group, described the killing of Nijjar as “act of terrorism” and called on Canada to expel Indian High Commissioner Sanjay Kumar Verma……What an irony !!!!

Speaking to reporters on Monday afternoon outside Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara, which Nijjar had forcibly captured, and just 100 feet away from where Nijjar was shot, B.C. Gurdwaras Council spokesperson Moninder Singh said the announcement from the prime minister brought about “mixed emotions.”

“If Canada is actually declaring that India is an actual actor in this, I think that’s the first step towards acknowledging and first step towards justice. But until we actually see people behind bars … I think there’s kind of scepticism right now that something’s actually going to happen.”

On top of a public inquiry on interference, Moninder Singh says he also wants to see an end to the intelligence sharing agreements between Canada and India. In 2018, during Trudeau’s previous trip to India, Canada and India signed a cooperation framework on terrorism and violent extremism, which introduced “institutionalized cooperation” between Canadian and Indian intelligence agencies.

“Those intelligence sharing agreements, to us, have always been problematic. They’ve always placed Sikh activists at risk. We don’t know what type of information is being shared. We don’t know what type of monitoring goes on social media. All of those things are very risky to us,” Moninder Singh said… this not open acceptance of TERROR PLANNING in Canada ???

Moninder Singh says Khalistani leaders are planning protests outside the Indian High Commission and consulates across Canada on Sept. 25.

In case that happens then what to talk of expelling Canadian Ambassador from New Delhi, India will have to insist on expulsion of Canada from Commonwealth itself.