Last Updated: October 11, 2023, 23:46 IST
CNN-News18 has solely accessed photographs of hoardings put by Gurdwara Nanak Dev in Surrey, Canada, describing Prime Minister Narendra Modi, exterior affairs minister S Jaishankar, and India’s excessive commissioner to Ottawa Sanjay Kumar Verma as “wanted”.
According to sources, the native police are watching this growth and never intervening.
These hoardings have been put by the Gurdwara Management Committee and secessionist group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), they added.
This is the gurdwara the place alleged Khalistani chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar was killed, which later triggered the continued diplomatic tussle between Canada and India.
Recently Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his overseas minister expressed the need to take a seat down and speak with New Delhi. But prime Indian authorities sources stated the Surrey incident exhibits Canada is just doing lip service. Nothing has modified on the bottom.
Anti-India sentiments are being fuelled by Khalistani terrorists and nobody is stopping them, they added.