India protests Canadian PM participating in Kalsa festival in Toronto

@ravisivan (14053)
India
May 12, 2017 2:16pm CST
Kalsa festival was held in Toronto recently and in that separatists were felicitated. Event in Toronto saw felicitation of separatist elements; parade included floats glorifying Sikh militant leaders, including Bhindranwale India indicated that it has taken up the issue of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s attendance at a Sikh community event in Toronto that saw a felicitation of separatist elements again, after earlier protests on similar issues appear to have gone unheeded by the government. It was during Indira Gandhi's period that separatists were put down after "Operation Blue Star". And after that Mrs. Indira Gandhi was killed in October 1984.
Event in Toronto saw felicitation of separatist elements; parade included floats glorifying Sikh militant leaders, including Bhindranwale
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@mandala100 (53611)
• Hong Kong
12 May 17
Why did the Canadian PM participated in that festival in the first place?
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@ravisivan (14053)
• India
12 May 17
The festival was held in that country and probably the organisers might have invited him. Sikhs are in good numbers in Canada
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@mandala100 (53611)
• Hong Kong
12 May 17
@ravisivan Alright my friend.
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@ravisivan (14053)
• India
13 May 17
@mandala100 thanks for your comments. good day
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