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Sikh teams ask Canadian political events to current ‘united entrance’ in opposition to India Categorical Occasions

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Two teams within the Canadian Sikh diaspora are calling for Canada’s political events to “current a united entrance” on India after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau introduced a “potential hyperlink” between the capturing dying of an area chief and the Indian authorities.

In a joint assertion, the Ontario Gurdwaras Committee and the British Columbia Gurdwaras Council say that “Canadian events of all stripes have to be unequivocally clear” about their opposition to doable international interference regarding the dying of Hardeep Singh Nijjar in June.

Trudeau revealed in Parliament on Sept. 18 that Canadian intelligence companies had been investigating doable ties between the Indian authorities and the deadly capturing of Nijjar in Surrey, B.C., outdoors of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara.

India, which had issued an arrest warrant in opposition to Nijjar for his advocacy for an impartial Sikh state, has denied the accusation as “absurd and motivated.”

Federal leaders have spoken out in opposition to doable Indian involvement in Nijjar’s dying, with Conservative Chief Pierre Poilievre saying shortly after Trudeau’s announcement that Canada “have to be united for our dwelling and for one another” whereas asking the prime minister to current “extra information” surrounding the case.

NDP Chief Jagmeet Singh, who’s himself a Sikh, stated he has written on to Quebec Courtroom of Attraction Justice Marie-Josee Hogue to ask for the inclusion of India in Canada’s inquiry into international interference.

Hogue is main the 16-month inquiry that’s anticipated to delve into alleged meddling into Canadian affairs by nations equivalent to China and Russia.

This report by The Canadian Press was first revealed Sept. 23, 2023.

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