Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently alleged that the Indian government is responsible for the death of pro-Khalistani activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, find out more about him below along with his wife and biography
Hardeep Singh Nijjar was gunned down earlier this year on June 18, just outside a Sikh temple in British Columbia.
Who is Hardeep Singh Nijjar Khalistan terrorist killed in Canada, biography, age, wife, village, death date and photo
Who is Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the Sikh fanatic whom Trudeau described in the House of Commons as an average Canadian citizen?
Nijjar, a full-time terrorist and a part-time plumber, entered Canada in 1997 using a fake passport and identity. He used Ravi Sharma, a Hindu name, to… pic.twitter.com/gIsa7hZp8e
— Sonam Mahajan (@AsYouNotWish) September 19, 2023
The death of Hardeep Singh Nijjar is a step toward a safer world. India will keep working with our global partners to counter terrorist threats, promote peace and security, and keep people here at home and around the world safe. pic.twitter.com/82WGMfNQKn
— Mr Sinha (@MrSinha_) September 19, 2023
Prior to his death, the Indian government labeled Nijjar as a “terrorist”, and responsible for leading a militant separatist group.
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau accuses Indian government of killing Hardeep Singh Nijjar
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has alleged that the government of Canada holds the Indian government as responsible for the death of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who is a Canadian citizen. Nijjar was gunned down just outside a Sikh temple located in Surrey, British Columbia, back on June 18.
Nijjar is renowned for his support towards the establishment of a Sikh homeland – an independent Khalistani state. Trudeau stated that Canada’s national security holds valuable information which indicates that the individuals who killed the Canadian citizen were acting on behalf of the Indian government.
Hardeep Singh Nijjar bio
After Canada Expel Indian diplomat
One of the khalistani scientists claims MOON is just a light & doesn't have any land according to Gurbani of venerable sikh Guru🤭
He made shocking revelation that India moon landing was a fake
— Sandeep Kukreti (@SundipK61956453) September 19, 2023
He's Ajaib Singh Bagri, a close associate of Talwinder Parmar, He pledged to kiII 50,000 Hindus.
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— Dr. Vedika (@vishkanyaaaa) September 19, 2023
Hardeep Singh Nijjar was a prominent Sikh activist who was born in 1974 in Punjab, India. Nijjar was famous for his dedication towards raising awareness about Sikhism and advocating for Sikh rights. He began his journey towards activism and advocacy early on in his life. Despite being born in India, Nijjar immigrated to Canada back in the early 1990s, and settled in British Columbia.
Nijjar was a native of the village Bhar Singh Pura in Jalandhar and had moved from Punjab to Canada in 1997 and worked as a plumber. He was married and had two sons but nothing is known about his family.
He was the “mastermind” of the Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) – a banned terrorist group and was also part of the banned separatist outfit Sikhs for Justice (SFJ). He was declared a designated terrorist by India come 2020.
Nijjar was wanted in several cases, including the 2007 blast that killed six and injured around 40 people in Ludhiana, Punjab and was also involved in the assassination of Rashtriya Sikh Sangat President Rulda Singh (Patiala, 2009).
On the evening of June 18, 2023, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a prominent Sikh leader in B.C., was gunned down in his grey truck in the parking lot.
Works and services
Khalistan trrst Hardeep Singh Nijjar entered Canada through fake passport goes by name Ravi Sharma.
His refugee application was rejected in Canada as the letter he produced was found to be fabricated.
He married to a BC woman to gain immigration. Canadian officials rejected… pic.twitter.com/1i3Vw9IFU8
— The Hawk Eye (@thehawkeyex) September 19, 2023
After arriving in British Columbia, Nijjar recognized the need to educate people about Sikhism, which is a religion that promotes equality, justice, and community service. As such, Nijjar started organizing events and took up various initiatives to raise awareness about the Sikh culture and religion. His main aim was towards fostering understanding between different communities for peaceful coexistence.
Hardeep Singh Nijjar achievements and designations
Throughout his life, Nijjar worked tirelessly towards promoting Sikhism and one of his most notable achievements was establishing the Ross Street Sikh Gurdwara in Vancouver. The Gurdwara served as a hub for Sikh religious and cultural activities. He worked towards making it a welcoming place for all, irrespective of their background or faith.
Besides that, Nijjar played a major role in organizing the annual Nagar Kirtan parade, which celebrates Sikh festivals and traditions. Most notably, Nijjar also served as the president at Surrey’s Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara.
An advocate for Sikh rights
Besides promoting Sikhism, Hardeep Singh Nijjar also served as a strong advocate for Sikh rights, in Canada and all over. Nijjar took active participation in raising awareness about issues which affected Sikhs. These issues include the right to wear turbans and maintain beards in workplaces and schools.
He also worked on addressing hate crimes, discrimination, and prejudice against not only Sikhs but other minority communities. Nijjar was also committed towards humanitarian causes like taking initiatives to provide food, shelter, and support to people in need.