Central “Union Minister Exposes Sympathizers of Terrorism in Canada”

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Tensions between India and Canada are still high due to the killing of Khalistan separatist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri recently mentioned that those who supported the 1985 Kanishka bombing by Khalistan terrorists still have sympathizers today.

Puri, a retired IFS officer, stated on X: “The 1985 Kanishka bombing remains one of the most despicable acts of aviation terror against India. During my visit to Toronto in 2019, I paid tribute to the victims and met with their families at the #Kanishka Memorial in Humber Bay Park.”

In another post, Puri added: “Sadly, the systems and mindsets that allowed and even supported that terrible bombing, as well as subsequent acts of terrorism, continue to find support from sympathizers who disregard international norms and commitments to fight violent extremism and maintain global peace.”

Puri’s comments follow Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s statement that his government had credible evidence linking Indian agents to Nijjar’s killing in Canada in June – a claim that was denied by India. At a press conference on September 21, MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi mentioned that Canada is gaining a reputation as a safe haven for terrorists, extremists, and organized crime.

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