Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a pro Khalistani leader whom the Indian government had listed as a “wanted terrorist,” was killed by gunfire in Surrey, Canada. They asserted that he actively took part in many violent and subversive activities. Presently, he has wanted in at least four NIA cases related to Sikh radicalism. In July, the NIA announced a cash reward of Rs. 10 lahks for him.
Nijjar, 46, was accused of taking part in numerous violent activities. He served as the commander of the pro-Khalistan Khalistan Tiger Force. He participated in several demonstrations in front of the Indian Consulate General in Vancouver. He promoted the anti-Indian Khalistani elements alongside his friend Boyle.
Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a pro-Khalistan leader, was shot dead in Surrey, Canada
An Indian government-designated “wanted terrorist,” Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, was shot and killed in Surrey, Canada. They claimed that he actively participated in various acts of violence and subversion.
Hardeep Singh Nijjar, shot outside a gurudwara
An assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a pro-Khalistan terrorist, took place at the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey, a Punjabi-heavy city in British Columbia, Canada.
Presently, Nijjar was wanted in at least four NIA cases related to Sikh radicalism, which included a plot to kill a Hindu priest in Phillaur, Punjab. In July, the NIA announced a cash reward of Rs. 10 lakh for him.
Nijjar, 46, was charged with participating in many violent activities
Nijjar, 46, was charged with participating in numerous violent and subversive activities. The Union government claims that he was well-known for being actively involved in operationalizing, networking, training, and funding members of the Khalistan Tiger Force. He was a native of the village of Bhar Singh Pura in the Punjabi city of Jalandhar.
Nijjar was the leader of the pro-Khalistani Khalistan Tiger Force
Nijjar, who served as the leader of the pro-Khalistani Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF), was in charge of advancing the terrorist and secessionist agenda of the Gurpatwant Singh Pannun-run “Sikhs for Justice” (SFJ).
Pannun designated him as the corresponding of his separatist organization SFJ in Canada after he had proven himself to be a troublesome individual engaged in terrorist activities in India and given him the responsibility of promoting the “Referendum-2020 campaign.”
In front of the Indian Consulate General in Vancouver, Nijjar participated in numerous protests
Although he insisted that he was working “hard as a plumber” to support himself, the Guru Nanak Sikh temple in Surrey was forcibly occupied by him so that he could take over as president. He frequently participated in demonstrations in front of the Indian Consulate General in Vancouver over the past couple of years.
Nijjer, along with his friend Boyle, promoted the anti-Indian Khalistani elements
Moninder Boyle, a separatist Sikh with formal education and Canadian birth, became a friend of Najjar. Boyle previously served as the president of Sri Dashmesh Darbar, another gurdwara in Surrey.
Both gurdwaras, Sri Dashmesh Darbar and Guru Nanak Sikh Temple, are reputed to have promoted anti-Indian Khalistani elements.