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Canadian Journalist Who Called Modi 'Terrorist' Part Of Trudeau’s Delegation

Saini works for a Canadian TV channel, TV84, run by Dr Amarjit Singh.

Canadian Journalist Who Called Modi 'Terrorist' Part Of Trudeau’s Delegation
Canadian Journalist Who Called Modi 'Terrorist' Part Of Trudeau’s Delegation
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2018-02-23T15:51:50+0530

An Indo-Canadian journalist, whose pictures holding placards of 'Modi is terrorist' during Indian Prime Minister Modi's visit to Canada in 2015 had created a stir on social media, is also part of visiting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's media delagation.

Manvir Singh Saini confirmed to The Indian Express that he accompanied Trudeau to various official events.

The journalist, however, refused to comment on the picture that showed him, along with his family of four, holding placards that read "Modi is a terrorist", "Modi out of Khalistan" and "Modi you are not welcome in Canada."

Saini works for a Canadian TV channel, TV84, run by Dr Amarjit Singh.

The news evoked angry reactions by Indians on twitter:

Trudeau's India visit, that has already been marred with several controversies, saw another low on Thursday when a convicted Khalistani terrorist Jaspal Atwal figuered out in the guest list in Trudeau's reception event.

The Ministry of External Affairs said that they did not know how Atwal was granted Visa by the Indian government.

Canadian MP Randeep S. Sarai took the responsibility for inviting Atwal to the event in India, and apologised for the same. 

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