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Canada Khalistan Terrorist: Khalistan terrorist Nijjar's killing video exposed; It was this case that soured India-Canada relations leader

Leader Online Desk: Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was shot dead in June last year. Now the alleged video of Nijjar's murder has come out. In this video, the assailants are seen running away after shooting Nijjar. Nijjar's killing had strained relations between India and Canada and the case became a point of contention between the two countries. (Canada Khalistan Terrorist)

Canada Khalistan Terrorist: What's in the video?

Hardeep Singh Nijjar, then president of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee, was shot dead by unknown assailants in Surrey, Canada. In the video that surfaced, it is seen that on the day of the murder, Hardeep Singh Nijjar came out of his pick-up truck from the Gurdwara parking lot. As soon as he came out, Hardeep Singh Nijjar was fired upon. This video released by a Canadian media house is going viral. (Canada Khalistan Terrorist

The assailants fled after shooting at Nijjar

According to media reports, the assailants fled in a silver colored Toyota Camry car after shooting Khalistani terrorist Nijjar. Two young men were playing football not far from where Nijjar was shot. They reached the spot as soon as they heard the gunshot. One of them rushed to Nijjar's aid while the other youth tried to chase the assailants. But the attackers fled in a car, in which there were three people, the football players explained.

Nijjar's assassination soured relations between India and Canada

Nine months have passed since the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. However, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has yet to release the names of the suspects. No one has been arrested in this case yet. Regarding Nijjar's murder, the Prime Minister of Canada had alleged that the Indian government was involved in the murder. Canada's Prime Minister's allegations had soured India-Canada relations. India dismissed Canada's allegations as baseless. Meanwhile, India's Ministry of External Affairs has said that Canada has made it clear that no evidence has been provided so far regarding Nijjar's murder.

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