Islamabad: After conducting terrorism in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir and Pakistan, India has now been caught violating sovereignty of Canada.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in an emergency statement to the House of Commons on Monday made a chilling revelation about Indian government’s involvement in the killing of Sikh leader, Hardeep Singh Nijjar. He said that the intelligence agencies of the country were “actively pursuing credible allegations” linking the Indian government agents to the murder of the Sikh leader. Following his statement, Canada also expelled India’s top diplomat for a role in the murder of the Sikh leader. The expelled Indian diplomat, Pavan Kumar Rai, was identified by the Canadian authorities as the head of India’s notorious intelligence agency, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), in Canada.
The Indian spies masquerading as diplomats have been found involved in the murder of Sikh leader in Surrey city of Canada in June this year. The cold-blooded murder of Canadian Sikh citizen by the Indian spies disguising as diplomats has exposed New Delhi’s true face before the world. The involvement of RAW in the killing of Sikh activist has again confirmed that Modi’s India is a rogue Hindutva terrorist state.
Pakistan’s former Foreign Minister, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, speaking to the media in Lahore, the other day, rightly stated that it was the time for the world community to accept that India had become a “rogue Hindutva terrorist state”. He said, they (Indian government) have not only conducted terrorism in occupied Kashmir, not only we in Pakistan have caught their spies involved in terrorism in our country, but they have now been caught violating the sovereignty of a NATO-member state.
He said, “Till when the international community, particularly our friends in the West, will continue to ignore such events involving India. It is time for the international community to accept that India has become a rogue Hindutva terrorist state.”
India is an established violator of international law and norms and it is time for the world to realize that Hindutva terrorism poses a serious threat to global peace. International community must hold the Modi regime accountable for the assassination of Sikh leader in Canada.
The 45-year-old Hardeep Singh Nijjar was shot dead outside a Sikh temple on June 18 in Surrey. He was an active leader of Khalistan movement, the Sikhs’ struggle for creation of an independent homeland by separating Punjab from India.