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The Canadian think tank rejected the Indian government’s allegations


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A Toronto-based Canadian think tank has revealed in a recent report that the Sikh movement cannot be forgotten in the name of supporting Pakistan.

Pakistan has no role in this movement, it is a strong movement specially designed to end Indian domination which should be looked at seriously.

The head of the think tank, Terry Milosky, said that Pakistan was not supporting the “Sikhs for Justice” organization and that its leadership had not gone to Pakistan for financial assistance.

Mr Miloski clarified that the group was raising funds independently, and Sikhs abroad were generously supporting their cause against India.

The world organization of Sikhs is fighting for the end of Indian rule in England, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and many European countries. In this regard, demonstrations are taking place in different regions of the world.

On the other hand, India is trying to reduce its influence at the global level by attributing this important movement to its opponents.

According to the report, four global referendums have been held by this movement so far, in which a large number of Sikhs around the world have demanded independence from India. An open petition also in placed and will be presented in Parliament for discussion.


Zain Saleem
Zain Saleem
Zain Saleem is an Islamabad-based Senior Journalist

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