Immigration racket Trudeau: A decade or two ago, forget Canada, even if Nepal used to raise their eyebrows, everyone, from the government spokesperson to the intelligentsia used to repeat these dialogues, ad nauseam, “Yes Sir”, “Please Sir”, “Sorry Sir”, “India will never cause displeasure to you”! Embarassing, yet true!
Fast forward to today, and the narrative has undergone a dramatic shift. Whether it’s the United States, the United Kingdom, or even China expressing their concerns, our immediate response echoes, “Evidence Hai? If not, next!”
Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister, appears to be incessantly harping on the concept of “credible statements” over his tirade against Bharat. His sources? Well, he might just say, “Trust me, bro,” or suggest a simple Google search.
But beneath the facade of credibility lies a deeper issue—a hidden realm where Canada harbored individuals like Hardeep Singh Nijjar. It’s a clandestine world where an illegal immigration racket operated, possibly with the blessings of PM Trudeau himself.
So, let’s aim to unravel the intricacies of Canada’s questionable actions and ponder why Trudeau’s impassioned rants may just unveil more skeletons lurking in the dark corners of his administration’s dirty cupboard.
How Hardeep Singh Nijjar got shelter as Ravi Sharma
On the 1st of October, fresh revelations concerning the Canadian citizenship of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar have stirred the already murky waters. According to a report by News18, it is alleged that the close association of the Canadian Prime Minister and Canadian Member of Parliament Sukh Dhaliwal played a significant role in facilitating Nijjar’s journey to obtain Permanent Residency (PR) in Canada. Additionally, it is claimed that they aided Nijjar in establishing his network within the country.
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'Credible Sources' and Intel has linked slained K-terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar to Liberal MP Sukh Dhaliwal who has helped him and others with permanent residency of Canada.
Whether this report is entirely accurate is subject to debate, but one incontrovertible fact remains: Hardeep Singh Nijjar found his way into Canada through illicit means. Nijjar’s entry into Canada traces back to 1997 when he arrived using a counterfeit passport under the alias “Ravi Sharma.” Though he claimed asylum on the grounds of religious persecution, Nijjar had previously been denied entry twice, yet he managed to secure a foothold in Canada through deceptive means.
The circumstances surrounding Nijjar’s acquisition of Canadian citizenship remain shrouded in ambiguity, with no clarity on the when and how. Within Canada’s borders, Nijjar initially pursued a seemingly ‘innocuous path’, working as a plumber and later as a truck driver. However, his notoriety burgeoned among Khalistani separatist circles.
Adding a disconcerting layer to this narrative is the revelation that Canadian authorities had knowledge of Nijjar’s criminal status in India for close to a decade. Nijjar bore the weight of over a dozen criminal cases, including murder and involvement in terrorist activities. In November 2014, exasperated by Canada’s inaction, New Delhi resorted to an Interpol Red Corner Notice (RCN) to flag Nijjar as a wanted fugitive. Astonishingly, despite these grave charges, the Canadian administration remained passive.
Kabootarbaazi: The Canadian Way
The intricate web of connections and allegations surrounding Sukh Dhaliwal’s involvement in Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s Canadian saga unravels a complex tale. As various media reports suggest, Dhaliwal’s role in arranging Nijjar’s Permanent Residency (PR) is shrouded in controversy, given that Nijjar had found himself on the no-fly list, a fact even liberal portals like NYT and Al Jazeera couldn’t deny much!
What’s striking is Dhaliwal’s position as the Chairperson of the Immigration Committee, a role that should uphold the highest standards of immigration integrity. However, sources hint at Nijjar’s PR being facilitated through a potent combination of Sikh support and his alleged proximity to the Pakistani intelligence agency, ISI.
Surrey, where Nijjar resided in a Gurdwara, falls within Dhaliwal’s constituency. Tragically, Nijjar met his demise there at the hands of unknown assailants. Intelligence sources further divulge that Nijjar may have operated an immigration racket, bringing individuals into Canada to join his illicit activities. The funds accrued from these activities were purportedly divided between Dhaliwal and Nijjar.
Earlier reports unveiled how Dhaliwal floated the idea of leveraging Nijjar’s death upon his return from Lahore, Pakistan, just four months ago. During his Pakistan visit, Dhaliwal’s posters adorned the nation’s every nook and cranny.
The strategy, as proposed by News18, aimed to capitalize on Nijjar’s death to bolster Trudeau’s waning popularity, particularly among Khalistani sympathizers, garnering sympathy votes.
Dhaliwal’s role extends beyond this incident; he was the driving force behind a petition in the House of Commons, urging Canada to classify the 1984 Sikh riots in India as an act of genocide. It’s noteworthy that India had denied Dhaliwal a visa in 2013, a decision he attributed to his vocal stance against what he deemed “excesses against Sikhs” in India, referring to the country as a “so-called democracy.”
In essence, Justin Trudeau, either directly or indirectly, allowed the Khalistani separatists to operate an intricate cartel of Kabootarbaazi right under the Canadian administration’s nose. Kabootarbaazi involves the illegal transport of people to countries like the USA, UK, and Canada via covert routes, often referred to as ‘Dunki.’ Hope Rajkumar Hirani and SRK cover that too!
Should these allegations prove entirely accurate, they could spell further trouble for the Trudeau administration. Already under scrutiny for a burgeoning housing crisis tied to illegal immigration, the Trudeau government faces mounting challenges.
Adding to the intrigue, it has come to light that even Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s own family members acknowledged regular contact with the Canadian intelligence service CSIS until the time of Nijjar’s untimely demise.
In this context, the illegal immigration racket assumes a foreboding significance for Justin Trudeau. The specter of harboring criminals, including those sought by neighboring nations like Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, looms large. These allegations, if substantiated, might indeed herald a doomsday scenario for the Trudeau administration, further eroding its credibility on the international stage.
These revelations paint a grim picture of Canada’s handling of a known terrorist operative within its borders, raising disconcerting questions about the country’s role in sheltering individuals with such nefarious backgrounds.
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