India has stopped visa services in Canada , The Indian Mission in Canada has said that due to operational problems, visa service has been suspended until further notice.
After sharing this information some time ago, it was removed from the website of BLS, the company that handles visa applications in India, but now this information has been shared again.
The Indian Visa Center of Canada said on its website, “Important information from the Indian Mission – Due to operational reasons, Indian visa services have been suspended from 21 September 2023 until further notice. Please keep checking the BLS website for more updates.
BLS International manages the online visa application centers for Indians in Canada. There is a diplomatic dispute going on between India and Canada. Earlier, Canada had expelled an Indian diplomat. After this India also expelled Canadian diplomats.
Another Khalistani murdered in Canada
Another Khalistan supporter who fled from India was killed in Pinnipeg, Canada. Sukhadul Singh alias Sukha Dunuke, who fled from Punjab and settled in Canada, has been shot dead in Canada.
Sukha was the right-hand man of Khalistani leader Arshdeep Singh alias Arsh Dala and was on the wanted list of India’s NIA. NAI alleges that Sukha is running operations in India through his associates while living in Canada.
Seven criminal cases were registered against Sukhdul Singh alias Sukha Dunake. He moved to Canada in 2017 with a passport and police clearance certificate based on fake documents.
By working with the police, he got a visa to Canada. A case was registered against Dunek. Later, Moga Police arrested two Punjab Police personnel for helping him.
This year, Khalistani leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar was shot dead in Canada. Two masked gunmen opened fire near the parking lot of a Gurudwara in Surrey, Nijjar.
After his murder, Khalistani supporters protested in many places including Canada, London and America and raised anti-India slogans and held India responsible for Nijjar’s murder.
The name of Hardeep Singh Nijjar was quite famous in the group that organized referendum for Khalistan. He was a resident of Bharsinghpur village in Jalandhar district of Punjab. Hardeep Singh Nijjar was declared a fugitive and terrorist by the security agencies of India. Apart from this, the National Investigation Agency had announced a reward of Rs 10 lakh for anyone giving information about Nijjar.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday questioned the Indian government’s involvement in the killing of Khalistani leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in the Canadian Parliament (House of Commons) and said, “Canadian security agencies are investigating the Indian government and Canadian citizens.” ,
“We are actively investigating the issue of our relationship with India,” he said. Complicity by any other country or foreign government in the killing of Canadian citizens on Canadian soil will not be tolerated. This is a violation of our sovereignty. This is completely unacceptable.”