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Float depicting Indira Gandhi’s assassination a part of Khalistani parade in Canada | Video

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Subodh Kumar

By Subodh Kumar: A video has emerged on social media displaying a float depicting the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. The float was reportedly a part of a 5-km lengthy parade taken out by Khalistani supporters in Canada’s Brampton.

Does it assist Canada’s ‘Indo-Pacific technique’? A float depicting homicide of late Indian PM by her Sikh bodyguards being a part of about 5 KM lengthy parade in metropolis of Brampton on June 4th. Jody Thomas could mirror on it!
— Balraj Deol (@BalrajDeol4) June 6, 2023

India Today can’t affirm the veracity of the video.

The purported video is believed to be from a parade taken out in Brampton by Khalistan supporters on June 4, simply days earlier than the thirty ninth anniversary of Operation Blue Star on June 6.

The video drew a pointy response from netizens, with a number of social media customers condemning the parade taken out by Khalistan supporters.


Operation Blue Star refers back to the Indian Army’s assault on the militants holed up contained in the Golden Temple in Punjab’s Amritsar. Aiming to root out tons of of Sikh militants led by Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, the military laid siege to and entered the Golden Temple complicated between June 3 and 6, 1984.

The navy assault confronted a variety of backlash and led to the following assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards on October 31, 1984.

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