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The freedom organization Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) quickly conducted a Khalistan survey poll last Sunday in British Columbia, Canada. This election was organized at the same time when the Prime Minister of the country was attending the G-20 summit in India. Also when PM Narendra Modi criticized his Canadian colleague Justin Trudeau about India’s “strong concerns over continued anti-India activities by terrorist elements in Canada”.

Voting took place in Guru Nanak Sikh Gurudwara

According to sources, the voting took place at the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey Nagar, the same Gurudwara run by the province’s prominent man Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who was gunned down in an unidentified attack on June 18 in his parking lot. Was shot in the lot. Let us tell you that SFJ has accused India of killing Nijjar, although the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT), which is investigating the case, has not arrested anyone in this regard and there is no reason behind the murder. Have given.

Announcement for another survey on October 29

Also, let us inform you that SFJ has announced for another survey on October 29 in Surrey, which was initially planned to be held at Tamanawis Secondary School. However, a week before its scheduled date, Surrey District School Board canceled it. The reason he gave was that the poster had a picture of an AK-47 gun and a Kirpan along with school images. Despite addressing the issue intermittently, event organizers failed to remove these disturbing images, and the content continued to be released on social media calling for surrender.

Raised this matter with the Canadian government

India has raised this matter with the Canadian government several times, feeling saddened by Canada’s indifference to the boycott, but action in this regard is unlikely. Trudeau told this to the media in New Delhi, where he was attending the G20 leaders’ summit and met with Modi for the first leg of their India-Canada bilateral on the margins of the global event. “I believe that the thousands of Canadian Indians who have joined the challenges of interference in various countries across Canada should have the right to express their feelings and make their own choices without interference from any country,” he said.

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