Hardeep Singh Nijjar was not a religious leader but a murderer, do you know about Nijjar?

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Hardeep Singh Nijjar – The relations between India and Canada are very good. But recently the situation has become very tense. The main reason for which is Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Indian intelligence agencies, while releasing the dossier, have written that Nijjar lived in Canada. Has trained the Khalistani terrorist organization and played an active role in financing and operations. Nijjar had also gone to Pakistan and was in contact with Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI.

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Nijjar was shot dead by unknown people outside a Gurudwara in Canada on 18 June 2023. For your information, let us tell you that Hardeep Singh Nijjar was the head of the banned Khalistani organization Khalistan Tiger Force. He had funded many terrorist activities in India. Indian intelligence agencies have said while releasing the dossier. He also allegedly sent individuals to India to carry out target killings and attacks against political and religious figures.

Who is Hardeep Singh Nijjar? – Hardeep Singh Nijjar Biography :

Hardeep Singh Nijjar Biography : Nijjar was born on 11 October 1977 in Jalandhar, Punjab. Later settled in Canada. Was a staunch supporter of Khalistan movement. He was the chief of the banned Khalistani organization Tiger Force. He was reportedly involved in many Khalistani and terrorist activities in India.

According to media reports, in 1995 Nijjar was arrested for playing an active role in the armed rebellion in Punjab. In 1997, Nijjar fled to Canada using fake documents. In which Nijjar was identified as Ravi Sharma. In 2007, Nijjar got Canadian citizenship.

Nijjar continued to conspire against India while sitting in Canada. He used to give training to Khalistani supporters in using weapons and had also taken them for training in using weapons. And always kept working in joining people in Khalistan movement and instigating them against India. Shot dead by unidentified people outside a British Columbia Gurudwara in Canada on 18 June 2023.

Nijjar identified as a staunch Khalistani

Nijjar was made the head of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia in 2019. After that he was identified as a vocal supporter of Sikh separatism. Joined organizations related to Khalistan and launched Khalistan Referendum campaign for the creation of Khalistan in 2020. After that he was identified as a staunch Khalistani supporter. Funded Khalistani activities in India for the creation of Khalistan and also organized training camps for Khalistani supporters to use weapons.

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Had connection with Pakistani intelligence agency ISI

According to the Indian intelligence agency’s dossier, Nijjar went to Canada in 1997 using fake documents in the name of Ravi Sharma. Where Nijjar worked in truck driving and plumbing. After that Nijjar came in contact with KTF Chief Jagtar Singh Tara present in Pakistan and went to Pakistan in April 2012. They came in contact with ISI in Pakistan and it was ISI that gave them training in using weapons and attacking. Went to Canada for training where he trained Khalistani supporters and organized training camps.

Accused of funding terrorist activities

Nijjar had repeatedly funded terrorist activities, especially in Punjab. Ramandeep Singh, accused in the 2010 Patiala bomb blast, had given a statement that he had funded this work without any reason. Apart from this, Nijjar’s name had also come up in threatening the businessmen of Punjab and extorting money from them. Nijjar had inspired the youth to join terrorist activities by luring them with money.

Cause of dispute between India and Canada

On June 4, 2003, Hardeep Singh Nijjar was shot dead by unknown persons in the parking lot of a Sikh temple in British Columbia. And in June, Avtar Singh Khanda died under mysterious circumstances in Britain. He was said to be the chief of ‘Khalistan Liberation Force’. Separatist Sikh organizations called it target killing. His allegation was that the Indian government was getting Sikh separatist leaders killed. At present, a major reason for the tension seen in the relations between India and Canada is the activity of Sikh separatists in Canada.

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