Canadian activists in Toronto protest against Khalistani terrorists, demand action

As reported by ANI, activists of the Canada Combat Coalition, a Toronto based nationalist organization gathered on the streets protesting against Khalistani separatists, who were using their land to carry out terror activities against India.

They carried flyers with “Stop Sikh Terrorism in Canada” and “No Khalistan allowed in Canada” written over it. The activist clearly damned the beliefs the Sikh Terrorists adhered to, saying that these terrorists were clearly flourishing because of the guardianship provided to them by politicians of the country.

A protester of the CCC said, “Khalistan is a genocide of non-Sikhs, thousands of people were slaughtered by Khalistan Sikhs, Khalistan Sikhs blew up Air- India jet killing 330 Canadians. The main suspect stated that he wanted to kill 50,000 Hindus. He went on to say that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and NDP leader, both have connections with Khalistan Sikh promoters. Canada’s image in the world has been defamed by convicted Khalistani terrorists fraternizing with Justin Trudeau.

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He added that their campaign was not against any religion or faith but against all those who were a threat to the integrity of the country. Demanding a strict immigration policy where the people coming into the country can be carefully monitored, he said “I know we are having a mass immigration problem in this country but it’s not all that is happening. Sikhs are a threat, not all of them but the Khalistan ones. They have been brought into this country indiscriminately. They are very large in numbers and are a threat to Canadians. So it’s time for Canadians to stand up and take Canadians back.”

He further added that the Khalistani’s use the facile immigration laws to their advantage to enter the country and use it as their workshop to plan mayhem in India.

These situations are prevalent in other places as well. Recently it was reported that in a disgraceful incident that took place in London a group of Pakistan backed pro-Khalistani and Kashmiri protestors, in the presence of London Metropolitan Police, pulled down the tricolour from a pole at London’s Parliament Square and replaced it with a flag representing Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) and Khalistan.

Recently, Punjab police had arrested four people for allegedly trying to publicise pro-Khalistan campaign ‘Referendum 2020’ supported by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), by setting buses and liquor shops on fire.

Rapidly people all over the world are realizing that militant Khalistanis are not just dissenters against the Indian states but terrorists fuelled evidently by cross-border funds.

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