Indian extremism at height of absurdity
By News Desk
September 24, 2023 12:14 AM
India has reached the height of absurdity in the wake of Ottawa’s response to the assassination of Sikhs.
Indian professor Kapil Kumar threatened to attack Canada with an atomic bomb on a TV channel
The radical thinking of the Indian professor is currently reflecting the thinking of the Indian government.
The growing extremism of Hindutva in India is not only creating problems in the region but it is becoming a global problem.
Nuclear weapons in the hands of such an extremist state have become a threat to the whole world.
Moreover, the incidents of theft of nuclear material in India are surfacing day by day.
In 2021, large quantities of stolen uranium were recovered from the Indian states of Jharkhand and Maharashtra.
India has appeared to be an irresponsible, misguided and foolish nuclear power.
The growing radicalism in India and the insecurity of nuclear assets are becoming a matter of concern for the whole world.
Western countries and the International Atomic Energy Commission, which are victims of Indian extremism, should initiate practical efforts to roll back India's nuclear program.
Canada expelled the top Indian diplomat as it investigates what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called credible allegations its government may have had links to the assassination in Canada of a Sikh activist.
Trudeau said in Parliament that Canadian intelligence agencies have been looking into the allegations after Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a strong supporter of an independent Sikh homeland known as Khalistan, was gunned down on June 18 outside a Sikh cultural centre in Surrey, British Columbia.
Trudeau told Parliament that he brought up the slaying with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Group of 20 summit last week in New Delhi. He said he told Modi that any Indian government involvement would be unacceptable and that he asked for cooperation in the investigation.