The dossier said Hardeep Singh Nijjar planned to attack Dera Sacha Sauda Headquarters in Haryana’s Sirsa in 2014, but could not reach India.
According to a detailed dossier prepared by Indian authorities, and accessed by NDTV, the murdered Khalistani separatist Hardeep Singh Nijjar had connections to local goons since the 1980s. According to the report, Nijjar traveled to Pakistan for arms and explosives training after fleeing to Canada on a forged passport in 1996. During his refuge on Canadian soil, he is alleged to have ordered a number of attacks and killings in Punjab as well.
He was initiated into the gangster life by Gurnek Singh alias Neka, a resident of Punjab’s Bhar Singh Pura village, according to the dossier. According to the statement, he was closely associated with Khalistan Commando Force (KCF) militants in the 1980s and 1990s, and then with Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) Chief Jagtar Singh Tara since 2012. He fled to Canada in 1996 after his name appeared in several terrorism cases.
Jagtar Singh Tara, the KTF’s chief in Pakistan, was allegedly in touch with him later. During his April 2012 visit to Pakistan, he underwent arms and explosive training for a fortnight in the garb of a Baisakhi jatha member.
His associates who engaged in drug and arms smuggling in Canada allegedly began arranging funds for terror activities after he returned home.
According to the dossier, Nijjar and Jagtar Singh Tara planned to carry out a terror attack in Punjab, and they raised a gang in Canada that included Mandeep Singh Dhaliwal, Sarbjit Singh, Anupveer Singh, and Darshan Singh alias Fauji, which received arms training in December 2015 in British Columbia, Canada.
According to the dossier, Nijjar planned to attack Dera Sacha Sauda Headquarters in Sirsa in 2014, but because he was unable to reach India, he directed his module to target former DGP Mohd Izhar Alam, Punjab-based Shiv Sena leader Nishant Sharma, and Baba Mann Singh Pehowa Wale.
Besides carrying out terror activities in Punjab, Nijjar also collaborated with Punjab-based gangster Arshdeep Singh Gill alias Arsh Dala from Moga. In 2020, he allegedly ordered Arshdeep to kill both father and son accused of ‘anti-Pantheistic activities,’ Manohar Lal Arora and Jatinderbir Singh Arora. On November 20, 2020, Manohar Lal was shot dead at his Bathinda residence, but his son escaped. According to the dossier, Nijjar sent money from Canada for their murder.
A priest from Bhar Singh Pura village (Nijjar’s native village) was allegedly murdered by Nijjar in 2021 by Arshdeep. Despite this, the priest survived. From behind the scenes in Canada, Nijjar allegedly built an ecosystem of terror in Punjab.
In Canada’s Surrey, British Columbia, Nijjar was shot and killed after leaving a Gurdwara in a parking lot.
Earlier today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reiterated his explosive claim that “Indian government agents” were behind Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s killing, claiming “credible allegations” had been shared with India.
On Monday, Trudeau linked Nijjar’s killing to India, prompting a swift and stern denial from the country. It flagged “politically condoned hate crimes and criminal violence” in Canada, although no specific information has been shared regarding the charges.
As a result of the allegation, diplomatic moves like expelling diplomats escalated underlying tensions into a major diplomatic crisis between the two countries. Several Indian high commissions and consulates in Canada have suspended visa services citing “security threats.”
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