Khalistanis Openly Threaten: “Open threats by Khalistan elements to the personal security of Indian missions and diplomats in Canada is a very serious development that calls into question Canada’s obligations under the Vienna Convention,” a senior official said.
NEW DELHI: Pro-Khalistan extremists (PKE), inspired by the “growing influence” of Canada, have started openly terrorizing the local Hindu minority, with many cases of temple vandalism reported, according to people with direct knowledge of the situation. A senior official closely following the development said, “The threat posed by Khalistani elements to the physical security of Indian missions and diplomats in Canada is a very serious development that calls into question Canada’s commitment to the Vienna Convention.” Duties. remains anonymous.
Human rights seem to be measured differently, the official said. “Canada’s voice has been very strong even on the minor issues of Punjab, while there has been complete silence on the PKK’s intimidation, violence, drug trafficking and extortion in Canada, which affects both countries,” the official added.
All these issues were discussed at a meeting of top intelligence agencies today, people familiar with the matter said. Among the issues discussed was the lax treatment of Khalistani, which ensured that moderate and pro-Indian Sikhs were driven out of all major institutions in Canada because of the PKK’s power and money.
Files kept by intelligence agencies reveal that Punjab is now ravaged by Canadian extortion rackets.
Canadian gangs use drones to transport drugs from Pakistan and sell them across Punjab. Some of this money again found its way into the hands of Khalistani extremists in Canada.
“Over the years, Khalistani extremists have become emboldened and have started operating with impunity in Canada. Over the past decade, more than half of the terrorist incidents reported in Punjab have been linked to Canadian Khalistani extremists,” the intelligence report said.
“Even in Canada, many Khalistanis are involved in the drug trade. Gang rivalry between gangs from Punjab is now common in Canada. It may be recalled that the pro-Indian Sikh leader Ripudaman Singh Malik was assassinated in Surrey itself in 2022, and many believe that the assassination was carried out by Hardy Singh Hardeep Singh Nijar,” the report said. “However, Canadian agencies have shown no sense of urgency to find the perpetrators and uncover the real conspiracy. Only two local non-Indian criminals have been charged in this case,” the statement said. Reports say that the targeted killings of Sikhs, Hindus and Christians in Punjab after 2016 were carried out by Nijar and his associates, but Canadian authorities have never investigated Nijar and his friends Bhagat Singh Brar, Parry Dulai, Arsh Dalla, Lakbir. Randa and many others.
“Khalistan extremists have operated freely on Canadian soil for almost 50 years, using terms like ‘free speech’ and ‘political propaganda’. The 1985 Kanishka bombing by Khalistan extremists was one of the worst terrorist attacks in the world before 9/11,” it said. another policeman. The official said the lax attitude of Canadian institutions allowed Talwinder Singh Parmar and his Khalistani extremist group to enjoy impunity. Talwinder Singh Parmar is now a hero in Canada’s Khalistan, where Sikhs for Justice names its campaign center after him, the official added.