In recent news, the unfortunate incident of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the head of the Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF), being shot dead in Canada has garnered significant attention. This incident has sparked curiosity and raised questions about the background and activities of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. As a premier source of information, we aim to provide you with a comprehensive overview of the life and actions of this controversial figure.
A Brief Introduction To Hardeep Singh Nijjar
Hardeep Singh Nijjar, aged 46, met a tragic end when he was fatally shot by two unidentified assailants on the premises of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara Sahib in Surrey, Canada. Nijjar’s association with the separatist organization Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) has made headlines worldwide.
Involvement in Anti-India Campaigns and Propaganda
One of the key aspects of Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s life was his active involvement in spearheading campaigns against India. Nijjar organized demonstrations outside Indian missions in various countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and Canada. These demonstrations were aimed at promoting the agenda of Khalistan and disrupting peace in the region.
Collaborations with Designated Terrorists
Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s close associations with other designated terrorists have been a cause for concern for security agencies. He worked closely with individuals like Gurpatwant Singh Pannun and Paramjit Singh Pamma under the banner of Sikhs for Justice (SFJ). It is important to note that SFJ was banned by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in 2019 due to its involvement in promoting separatism and terrorism.
International Residences and Links to Khalistan Terrorist Outfits
As per Tribune india , The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has listed Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s residences in Canada as 8193, 143-A Street, Surrey BC, Canada, and 1418, 142 Street, 72 Avenue, BC (British Columbia) Canada. Nijjar’s involvement with SFJ,
as highlighted in a chargesheet filed by the NIA, reveals that SFJ operates as a frontal organization for Khalistan terrorist outfits, with a significant presence in countries like the USA, Canada, the UK, Australia, and Pakistan.
Forceful Occupation of Guru Nanak Sikh Temple
Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s controversial actions also extended to forcibly occupying the Guru Nanak Sikh temple in Surrey, Canada, with the aim of becoming its president. His involvement in protests in front of the Consulate General of India, Vancouver, further solidifies his active participation in anti-India activities.
Collaboration with Avtar Singh Khanda
Another significant figure in the Khalistan movement was Avtar Singh Khanda, a leader of the Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF). Avtar Singh Khanda and Hardeep Singh Nijjar worked together, organizing protests outside Indian high commissions and sponsoring terror attacks in India. The NIA had announced a reward of ₹10 lakh on Nijjar, highlighting the gravity of his involvement in unlawful activities.
Avtar Singh Khanda’s Background
Avtar Singh Purba, popularly known as Khanda, was involved in the attack on the Indian High Commission in London. Sadly, Avtar Singh Khanda passed away in a Birmingham hospital after battling blood cancer. His affiliation with the banned Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) and alleged participation in terrorist activities in the UK and other countries make him a key figure within the Khalistan movement.