Controversial Khalistani Demonstrations in Canada: Flag Desecration, Embassy Protests, and Criticism of PM Modi

In Canada, Khalistani supporters held protests against India yesterday. These protests included disrespecting the Indian flag. Sikh For Justice leader Gurpatwant Singh Pannu was seen leading the demonstration.

On the same day, separate demonstrations took place at two different locations in Canada. The first protest was in Vancouver, where some Khalistani supporters gathered outside the Indian Embassy and engaged in anti-India demonstrations. They also made pro-Khalistan speeches. During this, Khalistani supporters disrespected the Indian tricolor flag and even tore it.

In the midst of these events, a large banner with the Indian tricolor was also displayed. Khalistani supporters placed stones on the ground, and some even walked on the banner. Additionally, they affixed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s image on it to further disrespect it.

In Ottawa, 30 people Responded to an Invitation.

Through this announcement, people were called outside the Indian Embassy to show their support for SFJ. It was estimated that hundreds of people would join the demonstration, but that did not happen. Only about 30 individuals participated in the protest. Additionally, it is known that a significant portion of them came together for the protest related to daily wage labor issues.

The Crowd outside the Indian Embassy has been Diminishing.

Following India’s stern response, the crowd of Khalistani supporters outside the Indian Embassy has been decreasing day by day. This comes in the wake of an important decision by the Indian government. The Indian government has recently initiated the process of identifying individuals in the protesting crowd, who were opposing the Indian government. This has raised concerns among Khalistani supporters, as the government has begun efforts to identify the faces in the crowd.

Subsequently, the Indian government is also in the process of revoking the OCI (Overseas Citizen of India) cards of all these demonstrators. OCI cards are provided to foreign nationals of Indian origin, granting them permanent residency status in India. Now, due to the fear of facing repercussions in India, many Khalistani supporters who have obtained OCI cards are refraining from openly participating in the protests.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has seized assets belonging to Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, a banned member of the Sikh For Justice (SFJ) organization, which has been engaging in anti-India activities in Canada and other countries. Pannu is known for his anti-India rhetoric and has been involved in the Canada-India controversy, where he had even issued threats to Hindus living in Canada.

In Canada, the properties of Pannu, who is now on the run, have been raided by the NIA. It has been stated that if Pannu’s associates fail to appear in court, their assets will also be seized.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has issued a notice for the seizure of assets at the residence of Harmeet Singh Nijjar, a Khalistani extremist who had been killed in Canada. Nijjar’s home is located in Bharasinghpura (Fillaure) village near Jalandhar in Punjab, India. It is reported that he was involved in several extremist activities before his demise. The NIA team arrived at the location on Saturday to initiate the asset seizure process.

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