View: How Trudeau’s charges about the Nijjar murders illustrate Western hypocrisy
Rather than producing evidence of its alleged operatives’ involvement in Nijjar’s murder, Trudeau condemned the Modi administration for a crime it did not commit.
When Amit Shah was the President of the BJP and was about to join the Narendra Modi cabinet as Union Home Minister, the then-US Ambassador to India summoned him to his Akbar Road house. The senior BJP leader treated the US envoy with respect and decency until he decided to address the human rights situation in India at the moment. Not one to take things lying down, Shah warned the envoy that the US had no right to lecture on human rights after the 18th-century annihilation of Indian locals by European intruders. That was the end of the talk.
The same Western hypocrisy is on display now as Canada and its iron brother, the United States, look for straws to establish that Indian operatives were behind the June 18 execution of Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Surrey, British Columbia. While Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, with the assistance of his principal advisor and Khalistan supporter Jagmeet Singh of the New Democratic Party (NDP), has already indicted India without evidence, Anglo-Saxon brother US is gathering “humint, techint, and sigint” to assist Canada in putting India on trial. The propaganda media in the United States and Canada portray Nijjar as only an ardent supporter of Khalistan, despite the fact that the dossier handed over to Ottawa and Washington goes into tens of pages and includes no fewer than ten FIRs made against the terrorist who was contract murdering Indians in Bharat. Consider the following:
Nijjar (GC 835662) was a plumber in Surrey who twisted his way to become the president of Guru Nanak Sikh Gurudwara, which publicly displays photos of Khalistan militants from the previous decades, notably Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. He was a member of the banned Babbar Khalsa International who joined the KTF after terrorist Jagtar Singh alias Tara took over as the KTF’s self-proclaimed leader in 2013. Following that, in 2013 and 2014, Nijjar traveled to Pakistan to meet with Tara and ISI leaders in order to boost KTF and organize terror acts in Indian Punjab. He was actively engaged in identifying, networking, training, funding, and implementing KTF module members.
Surjit Singh Kohli, a Canadian citizen, entered India in 2014 on the orders of Nijjar and inspired Parminder alias Kala and a former BKI terrorist to assassinate Baba Piara Singh Bhaniarwala and Shiv Sena leader Sanjeev Ghanouli. In 2015, Nijjar transferred contract killing monies to Parminder Singh through Kohli in order for him to acquire locally produced weapons.
Hardeep Nijjar conducted an armed training camp in Mission Hills, British Columbia, Canada, in December 2015. He taught Mandeep Singh Dhaliwal and other young people how to use AK-47 rifles, sniper rifles, and handguns. In 2016, he directed Dhaliwal to assassinate Shiv Sena officials in Punjab, but the guy was apprehended by Punjab Police, and the operation was thwarted. In May 2016, Mandeep Singh was detained, and a FIR was filed under sections 124-A, 152, and 120-B of the IPC, as well as sections 10, 16, and 18 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act 1967 and sections 25/54/59 of the Arms Act.
Nijjar, together with fellow radical Arshdeep Singh Dala, organized a KTF squad of four murderers that carried out targeted assassinations of Manohar Lal in Bhatinda, a Hindu Priest in Phillaur, an attempted kidnap and murder of Shakti Singh, and the shooting down of a sacrilege accused in Moga. This module’s three members were detained. The litany of terror and hate acts perpetrated in India by Nijjar, who is headquartered in Canada, is endless.
In January, the Indian government branded Arshdeep as a ‘individual terrorist’ under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). Apart from carrying out illicit actions like as contract murders, he is notorious for raising finances and giving logistical assistance to criminals and terror groups. In five instances, he has received a lookout notice and an open-dated warrant, and a request for the Red Corner Notice is pending.
- Interpol has issued a red corner notice to Mandeep Singh Nijjar.
- Satinderjeet Singh, also known as Goldy Brar
- Lakhbir Singh, also known as Landa
- Cheema, Gurjit Singh
- Pannu, Gurjinder Singh
- Tehal Singh’s
- Malkeet Singh, also known as Fauji
- Arshdeep Singh Gill alias Arsh Dalla (RCN is pending) should be on the lookout.
- Ramandeep Singh, also known as Raman Judge (RCN pending)
- Snover Dhillon (RCN on the way)
- Landa, Lakhbir Singh (RCN pending)
Rather of providing India with evidence of its alleged agents implicated in Nijjar’s murder, Trudeau and his capable Foreign Minister condemned the Modi administration for a crime they did not commit. In this accusation, the US has a holier-than-thou role to perform in order to assist his Anglo-Saxon sibling. A full-fledged separatist movement in the name of Khalistan has been dismissed as free speech and the right to protest in Canada and the United States, but the truth is that the West has been using Khalistan as leverage against India for decades.
Trudeau has militarized Khalistan to slander India with the support of US intelligence and propaganda media now that there are no flames to burn in Kashmir. The Indian intelligence chief told the CIA Director that the only reason they don’t take action against SFJ’s G.S Pannu, who has dual citizenship in the US and Canada, for openly calling for the assassination of Indian diplomats and the burning of the Indian flag could be because he is a CIA agent working for Langley.
Despite India sending dossiers on proponents of Khalistan to both Canada and the United States over the last decade, no action has been done against them. Perhaps the CIA and Canadian Intelligence were waiting for a terror strike inspired by Khalistan radicals to take action, much as 9/11 brought the US up to Pakistan cross-border terrorism in Kashmir. However, the whole affair, as well as Trudeau’s orchestration for personal advantage and the West’s greater objective to constrain India, reeks of Western double standards on terrorism. The issue is, on what grounds was Mullah Mansour Akhtar, a Muslim cleric from Pakistan, murdered by US drones in Pakistan? On what grounds did the US assassinate Iranian General Qasem Soleimani in Baghdad? On what basis is the West sending bomber planes to target the Sahil area of Africa? Thousands of people were killed and millions were displaced as a result of the orchestrated Arab Spring. All of these extrajudicial acts, which were not challenged by the UN or any government, were carried out in the guise of counter-terrorism operations. Even if the Modi administration was not behind the assassination of terrorist Nijjar, India, like all other nations, has the right to protect itself against the danger presented by radicals, extremists, and terrorists seeking refuge in foreign countries such as Canada. The right of pre-emption was not given to the West by the Lord. It is past time for the United States to tell its client country, Canada, to stop harassing India, or else Washington would lose credibility in the fight against terrorism.