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Dal Khalsa thanked the Canadian govt for exposing the extrajudicial operations of Indian third agency on foreign soil

PUNJAB NEWS EXPRESS | September 19, 2023 09:19 PM

HOSHIARPUR: The murder of Khalistani leader Bhai Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who was killed on Canadian soil, took a new turn when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke in the Parliament of Canada about the suspected involvement of Indian intelligence agencies in the murder of Bhai Hardeep Singh.

The Sikh organization Dal Khalsa, which has been struggling for the independence of Punjab for a long time, termed the step by Canada bold and justified. Dal Khalsa has thanked the Canadian govt for exposing the extrajudicial operations of Indian third agency on foreign soil.

Spokesperson of the organization Paramjit Singh Mand, Secretary Paramjit Singh Tanda, Organizing Secretary Ranveer Singh while talking to the media at a press conference said that they were convinced from the first day that the hands of the Indian intelligence agencies were behind the murders of Khalistani leaders on foreign soil. And today, Canada has put a firm stamp on our belief by saying that Indian agencies were involved in the murder of Bhai Hardeep Singh Nijhar.
Mand said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi should answer the accusations made by Canada in the Lok Sabha and if India denies these allegations made by Justin Trudeau, then he should not recall his expelled diplomat from Canada who is cover agent of RAW, and instead asked him to join the investigation carried out by probe agencies of Canada.
He said that we also appeal to the government of Pakistan to conduct an impartial investigation into the murder of Bhai Paramjit Singh Panjwad and bring the truth before the world. We believe the hands who pulled the trigger to kill Bhai Nijjar and Bhai Panjwar were different but the brain behind it is the same.

It is worth mentioning that Bhai Paramjit Singh Panjwad in Lahore on May 5 and Bhai Hardeep Singh Nijhar on June 18 were shot and killed on Canadian soil, after which Dal Khalsa wrote a letter to the government of Canada on June 22 to investigate the matter and expose the conspirators.

He said on July 1, theirs organization held a demonstration against the Indian Intelligence Agency RAW located in Amritsar, in which around 100 youths were also arrested.

Appreciating the Prime Minister of Canada for showing statesmanship, Mand said Trudeau before delivering his statement in Canadian parliament spoke to the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on this subject during the G20 summit. Apart from this, Trudeau had already shared this information to heads of countries like England and America.

He reiterated that the Khalistan movement was alive even today in India.

Sikh Youth of Punjab President Gurnam Singh Moonak and Dal Khalsa working committee member Gurpreet Singh Khudda were also present on this occasion.

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