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  • Writer's pictureAslam Abdullah

Were Sanatan Dharm Terrorists Involved in the Murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar?

In 1984, Mrs. Indira Gandhi's government, with the support of Hindu militant organizations, invaded the holiest Sikh Shrine in Amritsar and brutalized the place of worship like an enemy post. Sikhs were demanding a separate country. The picture shows the Golden Temple after the invasion.


Canada decided to expel a top Indian diplomat on September 18, 2023, as it investigates what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called credible allegations that India's Modi government may have had links to the assassination in Canada of a Sikh activist.

The Prime Minister informed the Parliament that Canadian intelligence agencies have been looking into the allegations after Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a strong supporter of an independent Sikh homeland known as Khalistan, was gunned down on June 18 outside a Sikh cultural center in Surrey, British Columbia.

Trudeau mentioned the slaying with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G-20 last weekend and told the Hindu national leader that any Indian government involvement would be unacceptable.

The head of Indian intelligence in Canada, with alleged strong ties with the Hindu militant organization RSS, has been expelled. If proven, this would be an extraordinary violation of Canadian sovereignty and the most basic rule of how countries deal with each other.

The deep relations between India's diplomatic staff and Hindu nationalists are well documented. Thousands of militants and trained nationalists have already infiltrated European, Australian, and American government positions and businesses. They are loyal to the idea of a world dominated by Sanatan Dharm. This ideology divides human society between pure and impure, declaring only Upper-Caste Sanatan Dharm followers as pure. They believe in the supremacy of Sanatan Dharm. The G-20 summit was to promote the racist ideology in the name of progress.

The Canadian investigations into the alleged involvement of the Modi government of a Canadian citizen for his views on a Sikh Homeland may expose a terror network of Hindu militants sponsored by the BJP government in different continents. During the last decade, more Hindu nationalists have allegedly moved to Europe, the Americas, and Australia to promote the Sanatan Dharm ideology of hatred. A religious institution network supports them and promotes anti-native ideas in the name of Sanatan Dharm. Only an unbiased investigation may reveal the extent of violence and hatred such groups propagate. It is time for the government to notice such elements that have already created sleeping cells in the Western world. The Interfaith movement should keep an open eye on such groups, who are determined to use every democratic institution to serve their supremacist ideology.

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