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Khalistan Issue Deepens Rift Between Canada and India

Khalistan Issue Deepens Rift Between Canada and India

In response to the Canadian parliament's moment of silence for Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the Indian Consulate General in Vancouver has announced a memorial service to honor the 329 victims of the 1985 Air India Kanishka bombing. This tragic event, one of the deadliest in civil aviation history, occurred when a bomb planted by Canadian Sikh terrorists exploded, destroying the aircraft mid-flight at 31,000 feet.

The consulate's statement emphasized India's leading role in combating terrorism and its commitment to working with other nations to address this global threat. "India stands at the forefront of countering the menace of terrorism and works closely with all nations to tackle this global threat. June 23, 2024, marks the 39th anniversary of the cowardly terrorist bombing of Air India flight 182 (Kanishka), in which 329 innocent victims, including 86 children, lost their lives," the Consulate General posted on X.

A memorial service is scheduled for 18:30 on June 23, 2024, at the Air India Memorial in Stanley Park's Ceperley Playground area. The consulate has encouraged members of the Indian diaspora to attend the event to demonstrate solidarity against terrorism.

The Air India flight, en route from Montreal to London, was destroyed by a bomb, killing all 329 passengers on board. The victims included 268 Canadian citizens, 27 British citizens, and 24 Indian citizens. This attack remains one of the most heinous terrorist acts in aviation history.

The announcement by the Indian Consulate General underscores the importance of remembering the victims and standing united against terrorism. It also highlights the ongoing efforts to maintain global security and counteract terrorist activities. The memorial service serves as a poignant reminder of the devastating impact of terrorism and the need for continued vigilance and international cooperation.

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Khalistan Issue Deepens Rift Between Canada and India

Khalistan Issue Deepens Rift Between Canada and India

In response to the Canadian parliament's moment of silence for Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the Indian Consulate General in Vancouver has announced a memorial service to honor the 329 victims of the 1985 Air India Kanishka bombing. This tragic event, one of the deadliest in civil aviation history, occurred when a bomb planted by Canadian Sikh terrorists exploded, destroying the aircraft mid-flight at 31,000 feet.

The consulate's statement emphasized India's leading role in combating terrorism and its commitment to working with other nations to address this global threat. "India stands at the forefront of countering the menace of terrorism and works closely with all nations to tackle this global threat. June 23, 2024, marks the 39th anniversary of the cowardly terrorist bombing of Air India flight 182 (Kanishka), in which 329 innocent victims, including 86 children, lost their lives," the Consulate General posted on X.

A memorial service is scheduled for 18:30 on June 23, 2024, at the Air India Memorial in Stanley Park's Ceperley Playground area. The consulate has encouraged members of the Indian diaspora to attend the event to demonstrate solidarity against terrorism.

The Air India flight, en route from Montreal to London, was destroyed by a bomb, killing all 329 passengers on board. The victims included 268 Canadian citizens, 27 British citizens, and 24 Indian citizens. This attack remains one of the most heinous terrorist acts in aviation history.

The announcement by the Indian Consulate General underscores the importance of remembering the victims and standing united against terrorism. It also highlights the ongoing efforts to maintain global security and counteract terrorist activities. The memorial service serves as a poignant reminder of the devastating impact of terrorism and the need for continued vigilance and international cooperation.

 
 

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