India Canada Conflict: Tension continues between India and Canada over the murder of Khalistani supporter Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Meanwhile, former Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab and Akali Dal President Sukhbir Singh Badal has said that Indian citizens living in Canada are facing problems due to the current situation between the two countries.
< p style="text-align: justify;">He said, "The current situation between India and Canada is now affecting the people of Indian origin living in Canada. There is an atmosphere of panic among the people. I have appealed to Home Minister Amit Shah that the Government of India should find a solution to this problem as soon as possible."
‘There will be problems as the issue increases’
The Akali Dal MP said that after India, Canada has the largest number of Indians. A large number of them are Punjabis. Thousands of children go to Canada to study every year. There has been a lot of panic in the last two days and as it progresses there will be a lot of reaction.
‘Sikhs are a nationalist community’
Sukhbir Singh Badal said that those who made the most sacrifices for the country’s independence are Sikhs and Punjabis. The British hanged most of the Sikhs and when the country was divided, most of the Sikhs were killed. Sikhs are a nationalist community. Therefore, the sooner its solution is found, the more it will benefit the public.
Appeal to PM Modi
In this matter, Congress MP Ravneet Singh Bittu said, “I had written a letter to the Prime Minister on this matter only yesterday (Wednesday). So that those who have gone to Canada do not face any problems. Apart from this, there are many students whose parents paid the fees for their studies in Canada College and due to not getting visa, they are not able to go there. In such a situation, if the visa is stopped then it will cause huge loss to them. People are very worried about this."
‘Alleging India is killing its citizens’
Congress MP targeted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and said that he got his citizens killed and now blaming Indian agencies. Putting in. Ravneet Singh said, " Hardeep Singh Nijjar was the right hand man of Fawwara who murdered my grandfather. He went there in 1993 and got Canadian citizenship."
Canada replaces Punjab
He said that Nijjar and Company were among the 10 most wanted gangsters and drug smugglers. These same drug smugglers are now sending drugs from Canada to Punjab and ruining Punjabis. He said that Canada is playing the same role which Pakistan used to play earlier.