Indian intelligence  agencies hatched  conspiracy to sabotage Justin Trudeau’s visit: Manjit Singh GK

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New Delhi: The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s India visit has been a topic of discussion in various ways. As per The Tribune report Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) president Manjit Singh GK said here today it was suspected that Indian intelligence and security agencies hatched a conspiracy to sabotage Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to India so that he could be branded a Khalistan supporter.

Manjit Singh GK

GK Said that he did not consider Canadian national Jaspal Atwal a terrorist as the latter had already served his sentence.

A day after his photos with Atwal, taken at Gurdwara Rakabganj here, went viral, GK said, “Atwal’s name was removed from the blacklist of Sikhs in July 2017. As the DSGMC had played a major role in pruning the list, he came to thank me.”

Addressing a press conference, GK said it was suspected that Indian intelligence and security agencies hatched a conspiracy to sabotage Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to India so that he could be branded a Khalistan supporter.

The DSGMC chief said the demand for Khalistan had ended 25 years ago. In case the Sikhs wanted Khalistan, they could have taken it when HP and Haryana were part of Punjab, he claimed

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