In addition to the dress up games, a $500 million deficit trade deal, and inviting a convicted, attempted murderer of a diplomat to a country that he is visiting, Trudeau’s “honourable” dinner guest also almost killed the former NDP B.C. Premier, Ujjal Dosanjh.
Justin Trudeau’s trip to India went from a ‘slow-moving train wreck’ to an absolute disaster once it was exposed that a Khalistani terrorist was invited to two dinners. The Khalistani terrorist, Jaspal Atwal, was convicted for attempting to murder an Indian Cabinet minister in Canada in 1986. Making Trudeau’s decision to invite Atwal on his Indian trip, even more shocking.
However, Atwal did not only target Indian ministers during his time in the terrorist group, International Sikh Youth Federation but Trudeau’s very own Canadian colleagues.
And adding more drama, Ujjal Dosanjh served in cabinet with Ralph Goodale who is in Trudeau's cabinet today.
So how does Trudeau's cabinet feel about PMO inviting a man to an official dinner who once took a crowbar to one of their colleagues?
— Stephen Taylor (@stephen_taylor) February 23, 2018
In 1985 Jaspal Atwal attempted to murder the B.C. Premier, Ujjal Dosanjh. Later acquitted of the crime, the attack consisted of taking a crowbar to the Canadian official, beating him almost to death.
The former B.C. Premier, who is a vocal opponent of the Khalistani separatist movement, took to Twitter to express his denouncement of Trudeau’s invitation.
— Ujjal Dosanjh (@ujjaldosanjh) February 22, 2018
Trudeau’s dinner guest during his trip to India, not only attempted to murder and Indian cabinet member but the former B.C. Premier. Perhaps Ujjal Dosanjh is right, maybe, “Khalistan has seeped deep into the veins of this administration.”