Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has himself become a victim of criticism for opposing the violence in the US Parliament. Trudeau said that his country was ‘very angry’ with the incident of violence at the Capitol complex in the US. After this, people on Twitter have questioned him, why did he support ‘Khalistan’ during demonstrations against agricultural laws in India?
Trudeau had supported the farmers
Significantly, a large number of Punjabi Sikhs live in Canada, and Sikhs were also involved in a large number of protests on the border of New Delhi. Trudeau had supported these farmers and said that Canada would stand with peaceful demonstrations. However, many leaders in India had alleged and quoted Intelligence as claiming that Khalistani was also involved in the demonstrations. At the same time, Trudeau’s statement was also heavily criticized.
Sorrow over American violence
In protest against the violence outside the Parliament in the US, Trudeau tweeted – “The people of Canada are extremely saddened by the attack on democracy in our closest neighbor and fellow America.” Violence will never rule over people’s opinions. Democracy should prevail in America and will happen. After this, people have questioned Trudeau.
Allegations of Khalistani angle in farmer demonstrations
Significantly, the Khalistani flag was seen during demonstrations in support of Indian farmers in Britain. At the same time, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar had cited the involvement of Khalistanis in this movement citing intelligence input.