Was the terrorist killed in this dispute?: Nijjar wanted his rule over the Gurudwaras of Canada! Granthi-Khalsa were against – Canada Terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar Death Wanted Control Over Gurudwaras Granthis Khalsas Were Fed Up IG News

Canada Terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar death wanted control over Gurudwaras Granthis Khalsas were fed up

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau.
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The politics of Gurdwara Management Committee is also coming to light behind the murder of Khalistani terrorist Nijjar who was killed in Canada. According to sources associated with intelligence agencies, Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was planning a complete strategy to capture not only Guru Nanak Singh Gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia, but also the Gurudwaras of Brampton area, which has the largest population of Sikhs in Canada. Due to this mutual dispute he was murdered. This input received by intelligence agencies has also been confirmed by former Chief Minister of Punjab and senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Captain Amarinder Singh. He says that the murder of Hardeep Singh Gurjar was the result of internal feud within the Gurudwara. While Nijjar was alive and now after his death, in view of the dangerous plans of his supporters, Granthi and Khalsa have stopped living in many Gurudwaras in Canada. Many such information has also been shared with the Canadian government.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau escalated matters by accusing India of a conspiracy behind the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. However, according to information received from intelligence sources, Canadian PM Justin has given such a statement only due to political pressure. Because the Canadian government has already been given complete information with evidence as to how Hardeep Singh Nijjar was not only preparing an army of Khalistan supporters with big politics inside the Canadian Gurudwaras. Rather, he was also taking enmity with those who opposed it. A retired senior officer, who was associated with intelligence agencies, says that Nijjar and some of his other supporters were also threatened by the local people for sowing poison in a holy place like Gurudwara. According to sources, information about all the cases in which Nijjar and his terrorist organization were carrying forward conspiracies from the Gurudwaras of Canada has already been given to the Canadian government.

The premises of Gurudwara located in Surrey were used for conspiracy

Hardeep Singh Nijjar was the president of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara Committee based in Surrey, British Columbia. Sources associated with intelligence agencies say that Nijjar and his associates used this Gurudwara complex to carry out terrorist conspiracies. Whereas all the people of Sikh community coming to this Gurudwara had raised objection on this. It is being told that in the same Gurdwara Committee of Surrey, another Sikh organization was trying to take over the entire reins. People associated with other Sikh organizations did not want Nijjar to carry out any such nefarious activities from the holy place. Sources say that Nijjar and his associates had a dispute with some people regarding this. Now whether he is behind this incident is a matter of investigation at the local level. But it is absolutely certain that there was a dispute of supremacy between two groups in the Gurdwara Committee.