The courage of Khalistani organizations flourishing in Canada is increasing day by day. In this series, pro-Khalistan groups allegedly attacked Hindus during Diwali celebrations in Brompton Borough of Quebec province of Canada. Groups carrying Khalistan flags allegedly pelted stones at people celebrating Diwali and behaved disrespectfully with people from the Indian community. Sources say that the police did not take any action against those who pelted stones.
According to sources, police personnel described it as an “internal community fight” between Hindus and Sikhs. An Indian government official said, “The Trudeau administration is a mute spectator to every wrongdoing of the Khalistanis. Attacking Hindus during festivals is really shocking. We will take up this matter through official channels.”
Let us tell you that on June 18 in British Columbia, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had alleged that Indian agents were possibly involved in the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. After which the relations between the two countries continued to deteriorate. India had declared Nijjar a terrorist in 2020. India rejected Trudeau's allegations as "absurd" and "motivated". In his latest comments last week, Trudeau said his government had contacted India and asked them to work together to get to the bottom of the matter.
He said, “From the very beginning when we became aware of credible allegations that Indian government agents were involved in the murder of a Canadian citizen on Canadian soil, we contacted India and asked them to get to the bottom of this matter.” Asked to work with us.
Days after Trudeau's allegations in September, India temporarily suspended issuing visas to Canadian citizens and asked Ottawa to reduce its diplomatic presence in the country to ensure parity. India resumed some visa services in Canada last month, more than a month after they were suspended.