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In viral pic, Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s supporters describe him as KTF member, but Canada still in denial

Picture courtesy: @Ranting4Canada/X

Whereas Canada has been persistently claiming that Hardeep Singh Nijjar was solely an “innocent, religious-minded head of Guru Nanak Gurudwara in Surrey” and “not a terrorist”, a photograph of his supporters describing him as a member of the Khalistan Tiger Power (KTF), a bunch that has been listed as a terrorist organisation in India, has gone viral.

Canadian journalist Daniel Bordman shared a picture on X which confirmed Nijjar’s supporters brandishing a photograph of the Khalistani extremist with the caption “Khalistan Tiger Force.”

“Just supporters of Hardeep Singh Nijjar describing him as a member of the Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF), a group described on Wikipedia as a ‘militant faction of the Khalistani movement’ and listed as a terrorist organization in India,” Bordman stated.

In the meantime, a video of Nijjar’s followers placing up his portrait through which is he being addressed as a member of KTF has additionally been doing rounds on social media.

Nijjar was shot to loss of life on June 18 outdoors the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia in June this 12 months.

The Khalistani terrorist’s loss of life triggered a large diplomatic row between India and Canada after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau alleged that Indian brokers had “links” along with his killing.

India additionally blocked visa companies for Canadians final month. In a message to Indian inventory exchanges on Thursday, BLS Worldwide, which manages visa purposes for Indian residents in Canada, said that visa companies “have been suspended until further notice”.



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