PHOTO: Peaceful plumber, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, was on US no-fly list in 2019 KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Saturday, September 23, 2023

PHOTO: Peaceful plumber, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, was on US no-fly list in 2019

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Peaceful plumber, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, was on US no-fly list in 2019.

US no-fly list
According to the US Transportantion Security Administration (TSA), the no-fly list is a small subset of the US government Terrorist Screening Database (also known as the terrorist watchlist) that contains the identity information of known or suspected terrorists. The database is maintained by the FBI's Terrorist Screening Center.

2012 photo of Sikh activist, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, holding a rifle during his visit to Pakistan to participate in an anti-gun rally organized by ISI goes viral. 

In a big revelation, the son of the Khalistani separatist informed that his father used to regularly meet Canadian intelligence officers in the months before he was shot dead in British Columbia last June. The reported disclosure by Nijjar's son also raised speculations if the Sikh separatist was acting as a Canadian intelligence asset. He also stated that the Canadian intelligence officers had informed Nijjar about the threats to his life and advised him to "stay at home'.

Rather than take action, Canadian authorities put terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar on ‘no-fly list’ in 2017-18, after New Delhi shared with them the details of over a dozen criminal cases of murder and other terrorist activities against him in India, as per a dossier on Nijjar compiled by the intelligence establishment here. This, when an Interpol red corner notice (RCN) had been issued against the pro-Khalistan terrorist in November 2014.

The dossier reviewed by TOI states that Nijjar ventured into gurdwara politics in Canada and acquired Canadian citizenship, the circumstances of which are not clear, to “protect himself from the RCN and to prevent his extradition to India”. Nijjar is said to have forcefully become president of the gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia in 2021, by fighting and threatening his cousin and then gurdwara president Raghbir Singh Nijjar.

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