Khalistan Supporters Protest In Canada And Uk Very Few People Gathered Flop Protest

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Ottawa: In Canada, Khalistan supporters and Indians came face to face outside the Indian Consulate in Toronto on Saturday. Khalistan supporters were carrying a yellow flag in their hands. There the Indian tricolor was waving. This demonstration is taking place when Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was shot dead in Canada. Nijjar’s murder has not been disclosed yet. After this, threatening posters targeting Indian diplomats have been seen in Toronto.

The poster titled ‘Battlefield’ was put up on Friday outside Bharat Mata Mandir in Brampton. Saturday’s protest, organized in the name of terrorist Nijjar, turned out to be a flop show as very few people attended. Nijjar was murdered on June 18 in a parking lot in Surrey, British Columbia. The banned outfit Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) is behind the protest. SFJ is blaming the Indian agency for the killing of terrorist Nijjar.

security increased

Posters put up outside the temple had pictures of India’s High Commissioner to Canada Sanjay Kumar Verma, India’s Consul General in Toronto Apoorva Srivastava and India’s Consul General in Vancouver Manish. India had asked Canada to provide security to diplomats after the posters surfaced. According to the Voice of America report, Canadian officials said that police security has been increased in many places.

Indian expatriates were also standing with the tricolor in front of the Khalistan supporters. An IT consultant named Vijay Jain said, ‘They are putting up posters calling for the killing of Indian diplomats. We are worried because these groups have committed terrorist acts in history and politicians are not taking any action. About 20 policemen stood between the two groups. There were also barriers in front of them.

Furious demonstration in London too

Few people attended a pro-Khalistan protest outside the Indian High Commission in London on Saturday. Controversial posters inciting violence were used at the rally with pictures of Indian High Commissioner Vikram Duraiswamy and Consul General of India in Birmingham Dr. Shashank Vikram. A large number of policemen were present during the protest, which ended very soon. A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police had said before the protest, “Appropriate policing will be done.”

Earlier this week, after anti-India posters by Khalistani extremists were made public on social media, the UK government declared that any attack on the Indian High Commission in London was unacceptable. He had said, ‘The direct attack on the Indian High Commission in London is absolutely not acceptable.’

(With agency input.)

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