New Delhi: Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Niajjar has been killed in Canada. He was declared a designated terrorist by the Government of India. Recently, the Indian government released a list of 41 terrorists, in which the name of Hardeep Nijjar was included.
According to information, Hardeep Nijjar was shot dead by attackers in Surrey, Canada. He was associated with the Canadian Sikh organization Sikhs for Justice. He was a resident of Jalandhar district of Punjab. Indian investigative agencies are currently getting information about the incident from Canadian investigative agencies.
According to intelligence agency sources, he had been living in Canada for quite some time and was propagating for Khalistani terrorism against India from there. Nijjar has become a major headache for Indian investigative agencies over the past year.
Because he started providing logistics and financing abroad to operatives of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang. A few days ago, the Indian government declared Hardeep Singh Nijjar as a designated terrorist. Two of Niger’s associates were arrested a few months ago in the Philippines and Malaysia.
Also accused of murdering a priest
In early 2022, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) announced a reward of Rs 10 lakh on fugitive Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar for conspiring to kill a Hindu priest in Jalandhar, Punjab. According to the NIA, the conspiracy to kill the priest was hatched by the Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF). Nijjar, who lives in Canada, was the head of the KTF.
Nijjar is also named in the NIA’s FIR
While the farmers’ movement against the Agrarian Act was going on in India, militants from the Khalistani outfit Sikhs for Justice demonstrated outside Indian embassies abroad. In this case, the NIA registered an FIR against the Government of India for inciting sentiments.
According to the FIR, huge sums of money were raised for ground campaigns and propaganda against the Indian government, including inciting people to protest against Indian embassies abroad. It contained the names of three terrorists, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, Paramjit Singh Pamma and Hardeep Singh Nijjar, while the fourth column included unidentified terrorists plotting against the Indian government.