6 Men, 2 Cars Involved in Nijjar’s Killing, Reveals CCTV Footage

At least six men and two cars were involved in the killing of Canada-based Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar outside a gurdwara in British Columbia. The Washington Post revealed this after reviewing video footage and witness accounts.

Nijjar was killed on June 18 outside the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey of Canada.

Last week, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau alleged that agents of the Indian government were involved in the killing.

The murder was captured by a gurdwara security camera and the video has been shared with investigators, stated the Washington Post report.

A 90-second video reviewed by The Washington Post begins with Nijjar’s grey pickup truck pulling out of a parking space. A white sedan appears in an adjacent lot, pulls up and drives parallel to the truck. When the vehicles approach the parking lot exit, the sedan pulls in front and brakes to block the truck. Two men in hooded sweatshirts move towards the truck pointing firearms at the driver’s seat.

The sedan exits the parking lot and drives out of view. Then the two men run in the same direction. Authorities have not publicly discussed the white sedan or who might have been driving it. Nor have they mentioned the two additional men in the getaway car.

Trudeau’s accusation has led to a diplomatic spat between India and Canada with New Delhi rejecting Ottawa’s claims as “absurd and motivated”.


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