CBC Alleges that Modi Ordered the Assassination of Sikh Leaders Nijjar and Pannun

CBC Alleges that Modi Ordered the Assassination of Sikh Leaders Nijjar and Pannun

March 12, 2024 Off By Sharp Media

In a shocking revelation, a recent documentary aired on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) alleges that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi personally ordered the killing of Khalistan activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar and orchestrated a murder-for-hire plot targeting Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the leader of pro-Khalistan group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ). The Fifth Estate, the investigative program behind the documentary, presented exclusive footage of Nijjar’s assassination outside Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia, on June 18, 2023.

The documentary details the coordinated attack, involving six men and two vehicles, as Nijjar left the Gurdwara. Witnesses described the assailants blocking Nijjar’s exit, opening fire on him, and making a swift getaway in a silver Toyota Camry. The shocking nature of the evidence led Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to openly accuse the Indian government of ordering the killing, resulting in a severe strain on diplomatic ties between Canada and India.

The documentary also exposes the alleged deep involvement of the Indian state in planning to assassinate pro-Khalistani Sikhs, implicating Modi, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, and Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) chief Samant Goel. Pannun, the SFJ leader, claimed that Modi sanctioned RAW to carry out the assassination plots, utilizing diplomatic missions and agents posted abroad.

Pannun, who heads a worldwide Sikh Referendum campaign, expressed certainty that Modi ordered Nijjar’s killing and questioned the Canadian High Commissioner’s potential knowledge of hired assassins. The documentary highlighted the gravity of the threat against Pannun, with seven security personnel protecting him at all times due to intelligence indicating imminent danger.

The CBC aired footage of Indian media announcing bounties on Pannun and Nijjar, glorifying their potential assassinations. The documentary also referenced a US Department of Justice indictment against Indian national Nikhil Gupta, accusing him of attempting to arrange Pannun’s killing. Gupta’s arrest in the Czech Republic and pending extradition to the US unfolded a foiled plot, revealing Indian government plans for at least three more killings in Canada.

Pannun shared that Nijjar had been warned by Canadian intelligence about the danger to his life just two days before his assassination. The SFJ leader attributed the attacks to their advocacy for a non-binding Khalistan Referendum across Western countries, calling for Canadian intelligence to disclose the steps taken to protect Nijjar.

The documentary further revealed “duty to warn” notices issued by Canadian police to five other Khalistan supporters, indicating imminent danger from the Indian state. The allegations and detailed evidence not only implicate the Indian government in specific assassinations but also suggest a broader pattern of targeting Khalistan supporters in Canada, further straining diplomatic relations between the two nations.