India to discuss disputable Baisakhi with Canada
Vancouver, Apr 15: India is likely to take up with the Canadian government the controversial Baisakhi parade in Vancouver during which Indo-Canadian community glorified Indira's Gandhi's killers, sources told a TV channel. The organisers of the parade had put up pictures of those who they call 'martyrs'. The posters included Satwant and Beant Singh who assassinated Former Indian Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi.
Other posters included Sukha and Jinda, the killers of former Indian Army Chief, General A.S. Vaidya, who was the Chief of the Army staff during the Blue Star operations at the Golden Temple to flush out Sant Brindranwale and his followers. Be-decked buses and trucks carried large billboards and posters of prominent pro-Khalistan militants portrayed as martyrs. Pro-Khalistan terror Group and leaders of the banned Babbar Khalsa and the International Sinkh Youth Federation were also displayed on the hoardings.