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Nijjar: Khalistani leader or peaceful plumber?

Hardeep Singh Nijjar was born on 11 October in 1997 the Indian state of Punjab in Jalandhar district. In the late 1990’s he moved to Canada with a fake passport as Ravi Sharma and made a refugee claim. He said to authorities that his father, brother, and uncle were arrested by the police and he, himself was tortured by the police. All his claims were rejected by Canadian authorities because his documents were fake. After some time he married a woman who sponsored his immigration but his sponsorship was rejected by authorities because that woman also arrived in Canada in 1997, under the sponsorship of another husband. He appealed against the rejection in the court of Canada although he kept claiming himself to be a citizen of Canada. Later he was granted citizenship because the circumstances were not clear. In 2007 Najjar became a citizen of Canada.

Age 45
Father namePiara Singh


Children’s Two children

one boy: Balraj Singh Nijjar

Second: No information

Height Approx 5’ 6’
Religion Sikhism
Address 12551 89-A AVE, Surrey, BC-1A9, Canada

Hardeep Singh Nijjar As a Canadian citizen 

In Canada, he was running a business of plumbing and he lived in Surrey, British Columbia, he was also a leader of the local Sikh community. In 2018 he became the president of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurudwara.
He was the leader of the Canadian branch of Sikh for Justice and in that month he died he was conducting a referendum for the support of the Khalistan movement among the Sikh diaspora

Hardeep Singh As a Khalistani terrorist

He was the leader of the khalistani Tiger Force (KTF) militant group. He was caused by the Indian government to provide support and funding to the terrorist groups who are working against India such as Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) one of the oldest khalistani terror groups based in Canada.

One of the organizers of the bombing of the Satyanarayan Mandir in Patiala in 2010, which resulted in many deaths, was Hardeep Singh.

In 2014 Interpol issued a red notice against him, being involved in several terrorist activities in India.

In April 2012, he went to Pakistan pretending to be a Baisakhi jatha member. According to authorities, Tara radicalized Nijjar, and the ISI tarined him in explosives and weapons between 2012 and 2013. After Tara assumed leadership of the organization in 2013, Najjar joined KTF. Later, in 2013 and 2014, he travelled to Pakistan to meet with Tara and ISI officials in order to boost the KTF and plan terrorist attacks in Punjab.

In 2015 he opened a training camp in British Columbia, Canada and the main aim of this training camp was to radicalize young Sikhs and provide them with weapons training

Nijjar also worked with Arshdeep Singh Gill, a Punjab-based gangster In 2021, Nijjar gave the order to kill the village priest in his hometown of Bhar Singh Pura, Although the priest survived his intention was to create terror in Punjab.

In 2016 Interpol issued a red notice against Nijjar on behalf of Punjab police.

In 2018, the Chief Minister of Punjab, Amarinder Singh gave a list of the most wanted persons to Canadian Prime Minister Justine Trudeau, to take action against them.

In April 2018 the Canadian Police arrested Nijjar for questioning but they didn’t find anything against him and he was released within 24 hours.

Death of Nijjar Hardeep Singh

Nijjar was shot dead by two unidentified gunmen in the parking lot of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia on 18 June 2023. and he was hit by 34 bullets. At 8:27 p.m., the police were alerted about a shooting at the Gurdwara.

Allegation made by Justin Trudeau on India

“Over the past number of weeks, Canadian security agencies have been actively pursuing credible allegations of a potential link between agents of the government of India and Nijjar’s

killing,” said Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the Canadian Parliament on September 18, 2023. Any involvement of a foreign government in the assassination of a Canadian citizen on Canadian territory is an intolerable infringement of our sovereignty, Trudeau said in demand for the Indian government to assist with the probe. The following day, ahead of a Cabinet meeting, Trudeau declared, “We are not looking to provoke or escalate. “We are simply outlining the information as well as we can.

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