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Capt. Amarinder to be in Canada via Skype now: says Congress

Punjab Congress chief Capt. Amarinder, who had cancelled his Canada visit fearing legal trouble, will now address Canadian supporters of the Congress party via Skype.

ICO argues Canadian taxation laws to justify demand for removal of Khalistan symbols

Ottawa/Canada (September 18, 2012): In a press release sent to Sikh Siyasat Indian Overseas Congress (ICO) Canada leader Vikram Bajwa has tried to invoke Canadian Taxation laws to justify his demand for removal of Khalistan insignias from Sikh Gurudwara Sahibs in Canada.

Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird with Indian External Affairs Minister S. M. Krishna

CSC takes strong exception to India’s claims & Canadian Minister John Baird’s disparaging remarks against Sikhs

Vancouver, BC (September 17, 2012): According to media reports carried by various Indian newspapers/news-sites Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister, John Baird, vowed to prevent activities of Sikh “extremists” advocating for a separate homeland in India as per the Indian Government’s request.

Indian Overseas Congress & Khalistan Issue – Canadian Sikhs appeal to Akal Takhat Sahib

Vancouver, BC (September 12, 2012) – Indian Overseas Congress has declared that it wants all Khalistan insignia to be removed from Gurdwara’s in the United States and Canada. Indian Overseas Congress president, Vikram Bajwa, a Surrey resident and former candidate for mayor, has appealed to the Akal Takht to issue a “hukumnaama” (edict) banning Khalistan seals and flags from Gurdwara’s in the United States and Canada.