Bureau report : In the G20 summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with Canada after Britain has taken up the issue of Khalistan with strictness. The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, also answered this. Meanwhile, a referendum in favor of Khalistan has also been held in the Guru Nanak Gurdwara of Columbia, Canada. This is the same Gurdwara where its president Hardeep Singh Nijjar was murdered a few months ago. After the referendum, the statement of Sikhs for Justice has also come out.
Prime Minister Modi’s statement on the issue of Khalistan
During the bilateral talks between Canada and India during the G20 Summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told PM Justin Trudeau that some people in Canada are working against India. Who are inciting to attack Indian ambassador and officials in Canada. Not only these, these people are threatening the Indian embassy and Indians living in Canada and are also targeting religious places.
PM Modi said that such people are associated with drug and human trafficking, which is also a matter of concern for Canada. Therefore, both the countries should cooperate with each other to deal with them strictly.
India said that for the strengthening of the democracy of both the countries, it is necessary to maintain trust in each other. Canadian Prime Minister Justice Trudeau has also responded to PM Modi’s concern.
Justice Trudeau’s reply to PM Modi
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau responded to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s concerns on Khalistan during a press conference. He said ‘Canada has always been in favor of freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, freedom of peaceful protest. It is very important for us. But in the meantime we are also against hatred and hatred. It is important to remember that the actions of a few people do not lead the entire community or Canada’. Earlier, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak had issued a strong statement against Khalistani supporters on his arrival in India.
Rishi Sunak’s statement on Khalistan
As soon as he arrived in India at the G20 summit, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak made a big statement on the issue of Khalistan. He had said that ‘I want to make it clear that terrorism or violence will not be accepted in any way in the UK. That is why we are working closely with the Indian government to deal with Khalistani supporters in particular. I don’t think these people are right. Our security minister came to India recently and he spoke on all these issues. We have all intelligence sharing arrangements in place. Through this we can root out those who spread violence. It’s not fair I won’t tolerate it in the UK. Apart from this, Sunak said, “I am proud to be a Hindu”.
Referendum on September 10 in Canada
With the G20 summit in India, once again a referendum was held in favor of Khalistan by Sikhs for Justice in British Columbia, Canada. Earlier this program was to be held in the school but after the management pulled their hands it was held in Guru Nanak Gurdwara. According to Jitinder Grewal, General Secretary of Sikhs for Justice, 1 lakh people cast their vote in it. Which proves that most of the people are supporters of Khalistan.
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