The Canadian economy receives more than 3 lakh crore rupees from Indians

Toronto (Canada) – A dispute has arisen between Canada and India over the killing of a Khalistani terrorist named Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada. Canada is blaming the Indian spy agency and the Indian Government for being involved in it. Due to this, India has stopped issuing visas to Canadian citizens. This decision is raising concerns from economists in Canada. Because there are over 2 million Indians in Canada who contribute more than 3 lakh crore rupees to the Canadian economy every year. Canada receives more than Rs 75,000 crore annually from the tuition fees of nearly 2 lakh students from India alone.

Canada wants to develop its ‘Toronto-Waterloo IT Corridor’ project on similar lines to the Silicon Valley of the US. For this, they are dependent on Indians. Canada prefers Indians over Chinese professionals for this project. Most Indians invest in Canada by buying real estate. Whereas China is in 2nd place. Indian speculators invest more than 50,000 crore rupees per year. Indians have invested more than 70,000 crore rupees in small businesses like grocery shops, restaurants etc. Indian tourism in Canada generates about 60,000 crore rupees in revenue for various travel agencies. Various Indian establishments have invested more than Rs 41,000 crore in Canada till May 2023 and created 17,000 jobs.

Canada will take action against those who threaten Hindus

After threatening Hindus to leave Canada, Canada’s Ministry of Civil Defense said that the Government would take strict action against those who make hateful statements against Hindus and hurt their religious sentiments. (These are just words, action should also be taken – Editor)

In Canada, the Christian Kuki organisation supports Khalistanis

An organisation of the Christian Kuki community in Manipur has joined hands with the Khalistan supporters in Canada. The President of the Kuki separatist organisation ‘North American Manipur Tribal Association’ Leenlalthang Gangte participated in a meeting of Khalistani supporters in Surrey, Canada.