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The curious case of 4 Khalistani terrorists dropping dead in 6 months

 4 Khalistani terrorists dropping dead- who is responsible? Is it internal politics in Khalistani terrorist outfits or is Indian Intelligence involved? 

Is RAW responsible for 4 Khalistani terrorists dropping dead?

4 Khalistani terrorists dropping dead over a period of 6 months is being looked at with great curiosity. Some people speculate that this is the work of Indian Intelligence (RAW) or a result of the ongoing tussle between the Khalistani leaders. 

Who are the  4 Khalistani terrorists who have died in 6 months?

  1. Hardeep Singh Nijjar- Chief of  The Khalistan Tiger Force was shot dead in Canada in the parking lot of a Gurudwara.
  2. Paramjit Singh Panjwar- The Khalistan Commando Force chief was shot by two gunmen on a bike in Lahore.
  3. Avtar Singh Khanda, handler of separatist Amritpal Singh and a prominent Khalistan leader died in the UK. Though he had blood cancer, it is believed that his death was the result of poisoning. 
  4. Harmeet Singh alias Happy PhD, known for training Khalistani terrorists and a prime suspect in the murders of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leaders in Punjab from 2016 to 2017 was also killed in Lahore. 

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Who is responsible for the deaths of the 4 prominent Khalistani terrorists ?

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The four leaders died under mysterious circumstances and it is believed that their deaths could have been the work of Indian intelligence. 

The World Sikh Organisation of Canada asked the authorities to “fully investigate the assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, including the role of foreign interference, specifically from India”.

In recent times, the issue related to Khalisatni terrorists has been of particular focus. Recently, the names of two Indian diplomats were also featured on Khalistani posters in Canada. This will further impact the relation between the two countries, according to External Affairs Minister (EAM) Dr S Jaishankar. 

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Harshita Bajaj

Harshita has a background in Psychology and Criminology and is currently pursuing her PhD in Criminology. She can be found reading crime thrillers (or any other book for that matter) or binge-watching shows on Netflix when she is not in hibernation.
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