Captain plans to Kill Canada Dreams of Punjabi Youths By Attacking Justin Trudeau?

By 24th January 2018 0 Comments


According to Latest Indian Media [Hindustan Times] reports, During a Visit to  Sri Darbar Sahib, Amritsar , Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s  welcoming party  will not include Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh.

Just as Amarinder refused to meet Canadian defence minister Harjit Sajjan during the latter’s trip to India last April, the likelihood of another Canadian minister Navdeep Bains being part of Trudeau’s entourage is problematic for the Punjab CM, sources pointed out.

Amarinder blames Bains and some others for playing a role in preventing his visit to Canada in 2016 to reach out to Punjabi NRI community in the run-up to the assembly elections in Punjab. The Canadian authorities had put a spanner in his trip on the grounds of legal bar on political canvassing by foreigners. Capt responded by writing a strongly-worded letter to the Canadian prime minister in which he blamed the pro-Khalistan elements for playing spoilsport. Hindustan Times quoted.

Hindustan Times Further notes, In April 2017, the chief minister also named Bains among the Canadian political leaders “well known for their leanings towards the Khalistani movement”.

The situation may be further complicated by the possibility of Sajjan also joining in during the visit.

Amarinder had stirred a controversy during Sajjan’s visit by accusing him of having pro-Khalistan sympathies and that same logic applies to Bains. In addition, there will also be the presence of over a dozen Indo-Canadian MPs with similar “suspect” antecedents, sources said.

Amarinder has also made it clear that he expects Trudeau to formally disavow the Khalistani movement in Canada and that is unlikely to happen particularly with elections to the Ontario Assembly due this summer. In fact, the member of the Ontario Assembly who moved a motion to term the anti-Sikh riots “genocide”, Harinder Malhi was recently promoted to the post of minister in the provincial government run by the Liberal party.

 




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