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S Jaishankar nails Justin Trudeau lies over Hardeep Singh Nijjar killing | Latest News India

New Delhi: Foreign Minister S Jaishankar hit out at Justin Trudeau’s government for literally defaming India following the assassination of proscribed terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Surry, British Columbia in June 2023, in due to the internal politics of Khalistan and without the slightest proof. Three gangsters – Karan Brar, Kamalpreet Singh and Karanpreet Singh – refugees in Canada on various visas have been arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for the murder of Nijjar in what appears to be a gang war.

File photo of Surrey Gurudwara after plumber-turned-terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was murdered in a gang war.

The worst part is that the Modi government has already been condemned by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Parliament on September 18, 2023 for its involvement in the murder, but no evidence has been provided so far nor any indictment filed in court for the same murder. . EAM Jaishankar in Bhubaneswar said on Saturday that all this drama around Nijjar’s murder had nothing to do with India but was internal minority vote bank politics in an election-bound Canada. Trudeau leads a minority government with the support of the Khalistan-linked New Democratic Party led by India-hater Jagmeet Singh.

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Jaishankar said India had requested the extradition of 25 people from the Canadian government, but had hit a wall as there had been no response from Justin Trudeau’s government. The list of Khalistani terrorists, gangsters and extremists who have taken refuge in Canada includes:

1. Lakhbir Singh alias Landa (terrorist) from Tarn Taran.

2. Satbir Singh alias Satta (gangster) from Tarn Taran.

3. Parminder Singh Khaira alias Pattu (gangster) of Ferozepur

4. Arshdeep Singh aka Arsh Dala (gangster turned terrorist) from Moga

5. Jahar Singh alias Para alias Prince Chauhan (gangster) of Ropar.

6. Ramandeep Singh alias Raman Judge (gangster) of Ferozepur

7. Satinderjit Singh aka Goldy Brar (nafia) of Sri Mukhtsar Sahib

8. Honey Kumar aka Katti (gangster) from Hoshiarpur

9. Karanbir Singh Batth (gangster) of Ferozepur

10.Satveer Singh Warring aka Sam (gangster) from Fazilka

11.Ramandeep Singh alias Chotu alias Raman Gill Patti (gangster) from Bathinda

12.Harrupinder Singh alias Dipty (gangster) of SBS Nagar.

13.Lakhveer Singh aka Lucky Brar Charik (gangster) from Moga.

14.Malkit Singh alias Fouji (gangster turned terrorist) from rural Amritsar.

15.Gurpreet Singh Brar (Khalistani extremist) from Moga

16.Jaswinder Singh Khattu (gangster) of Ludhiana

17.Charanjit Singh alias Rinku Randhawa (gangster) from Barnala

18.Gurpinder Singh alias Baba Dala (gangster) from Ludhiana

19.Gurjinder Singh Pannu (Khalistani extremist) of Tarn Taran

20. Gurjit Singh Cheema (terrorist) of Gurdaspur

21.Harpreet Singh (terrorist) of Hoshiarpur

22.Tehal Singh (terrorist) from Jalandhar

23.Snover Dhillon (gangster) from Amritsar.

24. Manvir Singh (Khalistani extremist) from Jalandhar

25.Sukhdul Singh alias Sukh Duneke (gangster and drug dealer) of Moga.

Although the list of terrorists, gangsters and drug peddlers from Punjab taking refuge is longer than that, the fact is that the Canadian government and the police have not taken any action on the Indian demand because these mafiosi are carrying out a veritable extortion and targeted murder racket in northern India. Instead, for the sake of the Khalistani vote bank, the Trudeau government is deliberately blaming India for Nijjar’s murder in order to gain radical votes.

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