Although Prime Minister Modi is a ‘world guru’, he has not been able to dissuade the anti-India forces. A handful of Khalistanists in Canada and England is not the entire Sikh community, but it is this handful of communities that are responsible for spoiling the atmosphere in the country. It is as much politics as religion. It is true that Foreign Minister Jaishankar says that throwing bombs at the offices of the Indian High Commissioner in Canada, England, burning the tricolor, blocking the High Commissioner’s car, attacking temples is not normal, but will this normal thing continue like this until the elections of 2024? That is the real question.
While the tension over Khalistan is increasing in India and Canada, the spark of Khalistan has again been ignited in London. Indian ambassadors abroad are being threatened, bombs are being thrown at embassies. Foreign Minister S. said that this is not an ordinary incident. Jaishankar said in Washington. It is not normal that such incidents happen when a male leader like ‘Vishwaguru’ Modi is sitting as the Prime Minister. The fire of Khalistan in Panda reached London. Indian High Commissioner to Britain Vikram Doraiswamy, who is currently on a visit to Scotland, was prevented from entering a Gurdwara by Khalistan supporters in the city of Glasgow. Declarations of ‘Khalistan Zindabad’ were given in front of Doraiswamy. The number of separatists protesting there may be few, but suspicions are starting to take root that someone is trying to fan the flames and it has something to do with the 2024 general elections. Pro-Khalistan activists have become active in many parts of Western countries, not just London or Canada. Their activism is violent and challenging. India’s High Commissioner to Britain, Vikram Doraiswamy, was prevented from entering the Gurdwara. At the same time, Harman Singh Kapoor, a Sikh hotelier, was shot indiscriminately in London. Those who opened fire on Kapoor’s car are Khalistan supporters. Khalistan supporters are threatening India-loving nationalist Sikhs in Britain and the police are not ready to take this matter seriously. Earlier, the Indian embassy in London was attacked by Khalistanists, the tricolor was burnt. What is this common thing to say? Khalistani Liberation Movement is active in London
is After the suspicious killing of Khalistani leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada, anti-India sparks are flying in many parts of the world. Nijjar was a terrorist on the Indian government’s most wanted list. He was declared as a ‘designated terrorist’ by the Government of India. Nijjar was shot and killed in Canada on June 18. The Canadian government is saying that India is behind this murder. Nijjar’s killing is a catalyst for the defunct Khalistan movement. Attacks on Hindu temples in Canada continue. Similar incidents are happening in Europe. Canada’s Prime Minister Trudeau was at the world fair gathered in Delhi for the G-20. Devotees spread the news that Prime Minister Modi had asked Mr. Trudeau to answer about the Khalistani sanctuary in Canada, but it is surprising that the Prime Minister did not at the same time ask the British Prime Minister to answer about the same anti-India activities that are flourishing in London. Like Canada, London has become a base for pro-Khalistan Sikhs, but British Prime Minister Sunaksaheb is of Indian descent and a follower of Sanatan Dharma, a ‘proud Hindu’, so he is not asked about Khalistani activities in London. Now Sunaksaheb will come to India to taste the Cricket World Cup. What is the policy of giving separate justice to countries like Pakistan, Canada, Bangladesh who are involved in anti-India activities and second justice to England? It is because of laxity of England that the Khalistani movement has got free scope there. Sikhs are in large numbers in England and are seen as a ‘vote bank’. To Khalistan supporters in Canada
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It is becoming clear. Indian ambassadors are not allowed to visit Sikh places of worship on British soil, their cars are blocked. This is the state of law and order in England. Sunaksaheb is a ‘Proud Hindu’ of Indian descent, but this ‘Proud Hindu’ has not crushed the anti-Indian tail that is wriggling on his land and does not seem to have given a simple breath. Khalistanists are staunch advocates of violence. There is ideological confusion about what are their demands, what is their national thought, what is their social role, but their demand is to want and take ‘Khalistan’. Of course, how will their demand be fulfilled by violence? The generation that is demanding Khalistan today has not set foot on Indian soil, but they want a separate country. It would be more united to ask for their separate country on the soil of England and Canada. In Punjab, where Maharaja Ranjit Singh once fought against the British and maintained India’s independence, a handful of people who call themselves followers of Maharaja Ranjit Singh are plotting to break India on the same British land. The question is that, though our Prime Minister Modi is a ‘world guru’, he has not been able to defeat the anti-India forces. A handful of Khalistanists in Canada and England is not the entire Sikh community, but it is this handful of communities that are responsible for spoiling the atmosphere in the country. It is as much politics as religion. It is true that Foreign Minister Jaishankar says that throwing bombs at the offices of the Indian High Commissioner in Canada, England, burning the tricolor, blocking the High Commissioner’s car, attacking temples is not normal, but will this normal thing continue like this until the elections of 2024? That is the real question.