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Canada tweaked terror report after pressure from Sikh groups

WorldNews Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Canada tweaked terror report after pressure from Sikh groupsPrime Minister Trudeau attended a nagar kirtan in Vancouver less than 24 hours after the decision to remove all references to Khalistani extremism from the report that was made and the changes were in place. world Updated: Apr 17, 2019 00:18 IST Anirudh Bhattacharyya and Prasun Sonwalkar Hindustan Times, Toronto/London The Justin Trudeau government apparently removed references to Khalistani extremism in a report on terror threats to Canada because of a warning that leaders of the ruling Liberal Party wouldn’t be allowed to speak at...
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