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Khalistani Organisations Plan Shutdowns In Many Canadian Cities In October: Report

Innefu Labs Innsight report tells how Khalistani terrorism is spoiling the Canadian soil with the support from Pakistan

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After the death of a Khaslistani operative, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a series of planned shutdowns and protest rallies have been identified across multiple Canadian cities, including Vancouver, Ottawa and Toronto on 29 October according to a report prepared by Innefu Labs.

As per the report, the extremist organisation SFJ has made alarming allegations of Hindu phobia and has called for the expulsion of Indian Hindus from Canada and its three-pronged strategy encompasses targeting the Hindu community of Indian diplomats and engaging in acts of vandalism, thus raising concerns about separatism and peaceful coexistence.

Subsequent to the Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau's address, numerous pro-Khalistani and secessionist groups, prominently including SFJ, have begun disseminating content across social media platforms. Over 1,500 posts with terrorism-related content have been observed, accompanied by the use of several users. 

At the centre of this complex landscape are prominent organisations, including SFJ (Sikhs for Justice), Khalistan Tiger Force (a militant group) and ISI (Pakistan's intelligence agency). Disturbingly, ISI stands accused of exploiting Sikh students on Canadian soil, leveraging fear, anti-national sentiments and illicit activities to fund radicalised organisations.