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Sinister Nexus: Pakistan ISI, drug trade and extremism emerge from the shadows in Canada Nijjar

Sinister Nexus: Pakistan ISI, drug trade and extremism emerge from the shadows in Canada

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 29 Sep 2023, 10:30 am

In a chilling revelation, news reports have recently alluded to the potential involvement of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in the assassination of Hardeep Nijjar on Canadian soil.

Nijjar, a noted figure within the Khalistan movement, met a brutal end, sending shockwaves through the community. Speculations run rampant, linking the covert tentacles of ISI to this violent episode.

It’s alleged that ISI had orchestrated a dark alliance, recruiting criminals to execute the deadly plot against Nijjar. The underpinnings of this deadly gambit traced back to pressure exerted on Nijjar to rally behind gangsters who had found their way to Canadian shores over the past two years.

Sources also believe that following Nijjar’s killing, the ISI is now looking out for his replacement and is preparing to gather pro-Khalistan terrorists in Canada.

The labyrinth of ISI’s malevolent endeavors reportedly extends far beyond targeted killings. It’s an open secret among international intelligence circles that ISI has a dark history of bolstering the drug trade to fuel its clandestine terror operations. A sinister symbiosis that not only wreaks havoc in its backyard but echoes its nefarious reverberations far and wide.

In light of this, the Khalistan extremists fear their illicit activities in Canada coming under the scanner.

Reports suggest an unholy alliance between these extremists and drug traffickers, a union that has turned Canada into a fertile ground for their illicit endeavors.

The intertwining of drug trade and extremist ideologies creates a disconcerting scenario, threatening the very fabric of peace and security.

Now, emerging news reports echo a more ominous tune, pointing towards the possibility of ISI extending its operational footprint right within Canada.

The murky waters of espionage and cross-border terror now seemingly stretch across the serene Canadian landscapes, challenging the nation’s long-standing image of tranquility.

The Canadian authorities, alongside their global counterparts, find themselves at the crosshairs of a complex security conundrum. The pressing need to untangle this nefarious network and neutralize the looming threats has never been more paramount. The lens of scrutiny tightens over ISI’s activities and its unholy alliance with drug traffickers and extremists on foreign shores, as nations rally to uphold the banner of security, justice, and the rule of law.

(Image and text courtesy: Khalsavox.com)

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