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Canadian politician Jagmeet Singh, who had refused to denounce Air India suicide bomber, received donation from terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar

According to investigative journalist Mocha Bezirgan, terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar donated to Jagmeet Singh just days after he refused to denounce suicide bomber Talwinder Singh Parmar.

A year after the assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada, it has now come to light that the slain Khalistani terrorist donated money to prominent Canadian politician Jagmeet Singh and his New Democratic Party (NDP).

The revelations were made by investigative journalist Mocha Bezirgan in an article on X (formerly Twitter) on Thursday (5th July). Jagmeet Singh, a known Khalistani sympathiser, has received the donation from Nijjar in 2017.

Elections Canada records show that a Hardeep Nijjar with a postal code of V3W 0J4 donated to the NDP and to Jagmeet Singh in 2017. A simple Google search revealed that the postal code is associated with Nijjar Plumbing & Heating Ltd, Nijjar’s plumbing company where his son Mehtab Nijjar works, as per LinkedIn records,” Berizrgan pointed out.

Screengrab of the article by Mocha Bezirgan

Interestingly, the New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh refused to condemn Air India bomber Talwinder Singh Parmar in 2017.

According to investigative journalist Mocha Bezirgan, terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar donated to Singh just days after he refused to denounce terrorist Talwinder Singh Parmar.

“Elections Canada records show that various Khalistan supporters and Gurdwara managers make donations to politicians with family ties to the World Sikh Organization, regardless of whether they are Liberal, Conservative, or NDP,” he pointed out.

Who was Hardeep Singh Nijjar

Hardeep Singh Nijjar was a controversial figure. He was designated as a Khalistani terrorist by the Government of India. He was killed on 18th June 2023 in a possible gang war.

However, the Canadian government blamed the Government of India and Indian agents for killing him. Notably, four persons who were arrested in his murder case in May 2024 were associated with the Lawrance Bishnoi Gang.

Nijjar was a Sikh separatist leader who propagated the demand for a separate Sikh nation, Khalistan. He was living in Surrey, British Columbia Canada and was chief of Guru Nanak Gurdwara.

India has accused Nijjar of involvement in several violent incidents, including the 2007 bombing of a cinema in Ludhiana and an attempted murder in 2021. National Investigation Agency has named him in the case of the attempted murder of Hindu leader Kamaldeep Sharma.

In 2015, Indian agencies apprehended Mandeep Singh Dhaliwal who was a Surrey resident during his visit to India. A few days later, it was revealed that he was associated with a Khalistani terror training camp in Canada. He told Punjab police during interrogation that he had plans to carry out terror activities in Punjab and was sent by Nijjar to attack leaders of Sects. Furthermore, he informed the police that he was working with another terrorist to get arms and ammunition from Pakistan.

Globe and Mail talked to two people associated with Dhaliwal. They told on the condition of anonymity that Dhaliwal attended an arms training camp in 2015. Furthermore, five other Sikh radicals also took training at those camps. They were trained by Nijjar to operate weapons and GPS. They also learned how to communicate securely and did target practice at three different sites in the Lower Mainland.

Nijjar was also linked to gangster-turned-terrorist Arshdeep Singh Gill or Arsh Dala. He is the head of the Dala Lakhbir gang which uses Canada as a base for running an extortion ring in Punjab.

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