Toronto (July 31st, 2017) The Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar Canada condemns the actions of Indian Consulate and its associates (Canada India Foundation also know as CIF) in strongest terms, their interference in Canadian affairs. The Consulate General of India in Toronto unsuccessfully tried to influence the Brampton Carabram to rescind Punjab pavilion. The pavilion is paid by Canadian tax payers to explore diverse cultures yet the Indian Consulate couldn’t resist
The Indian high commissioner in Ottawa is accused of his interference in the NDP leadership race as reported in Globe and Mail, is now confirmed in a news article published by Hindustan Times, where Canada India Foundation chairman Ajit Someshwar has revealed their plan as following “We are going to, during the provincial elections, single out those active anti-India campaigners and support their opponents regardless of party,” referring to the Ontario elections”.
The Global Affairs Canada has confirmed to SADA Canada via email “It bears underlining that Canada upholds Article 41 of the VCDR, which states that without prejudice to their privileges and immunities, it is the duty of all persons enjoying such privileges and immunities to respect the laws and regulations of the receiving State. They also have a duty not to interfere in the internal affairs of that State.”
A complaint has been launched in a letter to the Prime Minister of Canada, Hon Justin Trudeau and the Canadian Security Intelligence Services (CSIS) to launch an investigation.
“We demand expulsion of the High Commissioner of India Mr. Vikas Swarup and Consulate General of India in Toronto Ambassador Dinesh Bhatia, who violated the privileges and immunities given to them by our country under Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations,” said Sukhminder Singh Hansra, President of Akali Dal Amritsar Canada
SADA Canada will launch a complaint with Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to investigate the role of CIF, its ties to INDIA since now the foundation has announced their plans to influence the Canadian politics with money and manpower added Hansra