Sikh Youth harassed after he picks up Tricolour & stops Khalistanis from chanting 'anti-India' slogan in Canada
Continuously listening to the anti-India slogans, a Sikh youth who was along with his family confronted them and pushed one of the protestors.-
A Sikh youth confronted and clashed with Khalistanis chanting 'anti-India' slogans outside a Gurudwara in Canada. A video is spreading like wildfire on social media showcasing a group of Pro Khalistan protestors standing with a poster in which it accused New Delhi of carrying out Hardeep Singh Nijjar's assassination. Under the poster, the Khalistanis were chanting anti-India slogans continuously.
Continuously listening to the anti-India slogans, a Sikh youth who was along with an elderly man, apparently his father, tried to pick up the Tricolour thrown on the road. Angry after listening anti-India slogans, the Sikh youth confronted and asks the Khalistani, "Don't you have any other work?" The Sikh youth then tried to pick the Tricolour and this irked the Pro Khalistani protestors. The Sikh youth was pushed by the Khalistani protestor. An elderly man who was with the youth came in between. Following that the Khalistanis started to say that the Sikh youth should be ashamed by chanting, "Lakh Laanat Hai Twade Te".
Angry after being confronted by the Sikh Youth, the Khalistanis started to ask, "Was your brother murdered, was your sister raped?" Not only this, the Khalistani youths started to abuse the man despite seeing that a woman and a child were also with them.