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‘Most wanted Khalistani’ questioned by Canadian authorities


Chandigarh, April 25, 2018: Canadian authorities rounded up and questioned Hardip Singh Nijjar for allegedly running training camps for the terrorists.

Times Now reported that he was nabbed for his alleged links with Pakistan’s ISI.

Nijjar is one of the ‘most wanted Khalistani’ by Punjab Police. His name was in the list of nine wanted Khalistanis handed by Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh to Canadian PM Justin Trudeau during his recent India visit.

According to Babushahi.com sources, Nijjar was rounded up on the basis of some crucial intelligence input provided by the Indian Government and released after questioning and has been kept under strict vigil for his anti-India activities.

It may be recalled that Punjab Police had alleged that Nijjar was orgnising training camps in British Columbia on the behest of the Pakistani spy agency ISI .Nijjar had refuted the allegations of Punjab Police as baseless and announced to take legal course for his protection.

Source: http://www.babushahi.com



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