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Khalistanis abuse PM Modi, his mother, Bharatiya tricolor in Canada and UK

Pro-Khalistanis have hurled abuses and attacked Canada based Bharatiya who recently held a rally in order to celebrate ties between Bharat and Canada and thank prime ministers of both the nations for having approved and supplied millions of vaccines at a time when the world is grappling to deal with the health crisis created by the Chinese virus pandemic reports OpIndia.

Tiranga and Maple rally was organized by the Bharatiya diaspora in Canada on 28 February. The group said, “The Covid-19 Pandemic has taken millions of lives around the globe. In times of such crisis, Prime Minister Trudeau and PM Modi have come together to save millions of lives by approving and supplying millions of vaccines.”

However, the efforts of the Bharatiya diaspora and positive environment were spoiled by Khalistanis who resorted to causing traffic jams, abusing the attendees, and even assaulting them for praising Bharat.

Reporting on the incident OpIndia said:

“Go and drink urine. Are you happy now (after he got hit)? go and drink urine. Drinking urine will not make you strong you b*st*rd,” one Khalistani supporter could be heard shouting in the video…

…In one of the videos shared by REACH (Race, Ethnicity And Culture Heritage), the USA and Canada Chapter, a Hindu community member living in NDP’s leader Jagmeet Singh’s constituency, expressed her ordeal of constant abuse and threats posed by pro-Khalistani elements in Canada. She requested the NDP leader to take cognizance of the situation of the Hindu community living in his constituency. She said, “We are facing atrocities. They are boycotting Hindu businesses. There are slogans of Khalistan everywhere. Please help us in stopping all this.”

…In yet another video, the Khalistani supporters were seen disrupting the rally using heavy vehicles. Notably, one of the vehicles that belonged to pro-Khalistani elements not only had Khalistani flags but also had a distorted Sikh Holy symbol made out of weapons. Another Khalistani supporter tried to hit a car in the rally. When he failed, one of the Khalistani left the car, went to the attendee’s car, snatched the Indian flag, and threw it on the ground while crushing it. The hate for the Indian flag was clearly visible in the video.

Such is the kind of hatred perpetrated by Khalistanis that the common Bharatiya Hindu diaspora is living in the shadow of fear. Furthermore, Hindus in Canada are faced with security threats since pro-Khalistani elements have the backing of political parties in Canada.

Khalistanis are allied with Hindumisic anti-Bharat elements including Pakistan’s notorious ISI and have been fuelling the farmer protests in Bharat in addition to threatening the Hindu community not just in Canada but in the USA and UK as well.

The hate-filled face of pro-Khalistanis came to the fore recently in the UK as well when a caller directed despicable expletives at PM Modi’s mother Hiraben during a live radio program hosted by Priya Rai aired on March 1 on BBC Sounds.

As per the OpIndia report:

The program, hosted by anchor Priya Rai on BBC Sounds, was aired on Monday (March 1). During an episode of the British soap opera ‘Eastenders’, the ‘Sikh turban’ was referred to as a ‘crown’. BBC conducted a 3-hour long show on whether the Sikh community in the United Kingdom felt proud of such a reference. The host took several phone calls from the viewers, who expressed the struggle of the Sikhs in the country.

A notorious caller, by the name of Simon, joined the programme and abused PM Modi and his aged mother. On being asked a question by the BBC host, the man interjected, “Modi di maa di p*udi vich latt (will put a leg in Modi’s mother’s vagina).” The perplexed host then tried to do damage control and said, “Okay hang on, take a second here. Simon, thank you very much for calling…”The matter came to light when British Indians Voice put out a tweet condemning the remarks.

The BBC network edited out the offensive remark and issued an apology saying “we would like to apologize for some of the offensive language used by the guest on the show earlier. It’s a live show and we discuss controversial issues often. There was no reason for the type of language that was used and I would like to say sorry again for any offense that was caused.”

These instances show the kind of Hindumisia Khalistanis are indoctrinated with and that they must be nipped in the bud as they pose a grave danger to the Hindu diaspora abroad.

(Featured Image Source: OpIndia)


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