The Canadian prime minister has earned scorn from media organizations all over the world, this time in India.
Justin Trudeau continues to bring shame to the people he is supposed to represent. Earlier in the summer, the Canadian prime minister was the subject of damning articles published by British newspapers.
Now, Indian media establishments are taking turns devouring Trudeau, with WIO News accusing the prime minister of parroting lines taken by Khalistani extremists.
Canada came back into the international spotlight Monday after Trudeau claimed that the Indian government was involved in the assassination of Khalistani extremist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia.
The Trudeau government expelled the head of Indian intelligence as a result of the purported findings by Canadian intelligence.
In response, journalist Abhinav Singh of WIO News called out the prime minister in an article, suggesting that Trudeau’s actions will further strain tensions between India and Canada.
Singh also suggested that Trudeau is parroting pro-Khalistani propaganda:
Trudeau’s statements seemingly parrot the line taken by Khalistani extremists who have been claiming that India was responsible for the killing of Hardeep Nijjar, one of the prominent secessionist faces who operated from Canada.
Last month, Khalistani radicals vandalised the Lakshmi Narayan Mandir, located in Surrey, British Columbia and pasted a poster that read, “Canada investigates India’s role in June 18th assassination,” referring to Nijjar.
Notably, the 45-year-old Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) chief was shot dead on June 18 by two unidentified men in the parking lot of Guru Nanak Gurdwara Sahib in Surrey, Canada.
The Khalistani separatists want balkanisation of the Indian state of Punjab and have been conducting terror operations for years to pressure the government into accepting the demand but to no avail.
The Khalistan movement is a separatist movement seeking to create a homeland for Sikhs by establishing an ethno‐religious sovereign state called Khalistan in the Punjab region, according to Wikipedia.
Jagmeet Singh, NDP leader and political ally of Trudeau, has been known to associate with Khalistani extremists, something that lead to him being denied a visa to visit India.
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