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Saturday, 02 March 2024 10.25 PM IST

Another terrorist killed in Canada; Pakistan's spy agency and Khalistan leaders hold secret meeting

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OTTAWA: In connection with the killing of Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, another terrorist has been killed while the India-Canada conflict is intensifying. Sukhdul Singh (Sukha Duneke), who was involved in the Khalistan movement in Canada, was killed in an encounter between gangsters. Sukhdul Dool is a category A terrorist.

Sukhdul, a native of Punjab's Moga, entered Canada in 2017 using a fake passport. He was a close follower of terrorist Arshdeep Dalla. Sukhdul's name was included in the NIA's list of 43 gangsters linked to Khalistan and Canada yesterday.

Meanwhile, the intelligence department indicates that the agents of the Pakistani spy agency ISI and the leaders of Khalistan held a secret meeting in the Canadian city of Vancouver. It is reported that Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannu and other leaders of Khalistan organizations also participated in the meeting held five days ago. A plan was drawn up in the meeting to spread anti-India propaganda as soon as possible.

It is called 'Plan-K'. ISI has been funding Khalistan operations in Canada for the past few months. According to the intelligence agencies, this money is being used to organize protest programs and spread posters and banners related to anti-India activities.

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