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Canada Marks Nijjar Death Anniversary Amid Tensions with India

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On Tuesday, Canada the House of the Commons observed an hour of quiet in honor of the one-year mark of the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, an important pro-Khalistan activist. the speaker Greg Fergus resulted the celebration in bipartisan support. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a rally took place out the Indian the embassy, with commercials for Talwinder SinghParmar, who participated with the 1985 Indian Airlines the flight 182 bombings. Pro-Khalistan backers set up the demonstration, with Gurpatwant Singh Pannun of Sikhs for Fairness alerting Indian diplomats they wouldn’t be able to avoid justice indefinitely.

It additionally called for an airline a boycott starting on June 23, marking the second anniversary of the the Kanishka bombing. The Nijjar killings struggled Indo-Canadian relationships. Despite being designated a terrorist in India, Nijjar received no charges in Canada.

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