‘Promotion of violence not acceptable in Canada’: Dominic A LeBlanc, the Minister of Public Safety

Indian-origin lawmaker Chandra Arya calls on law enforcement agencies in Canada to take immediate action

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‘Promotion of violence not acceptable in Canada’: Dominic A LeBlanc, the Minister of Public Safety

Ottawa: Promotion of violence is never acceptable in Canada, a minister has said after posters depicting the assassination of India’s former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi were reportedly put up in Vancouver.

An Indian-origin Canadian lawmaker also expressed concern over the issue. “This week, there were reports of imagery depicting the assassination of Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in Vancouver,” Dominic A LeBlanc, the Minister of Public Safety, Democratic Institutions and Intergovernmental Affairs said on X. “The promotion of violence is never acceptable in Canada,” he said.

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Meanwhile, Indo-Canadian lawmaker Chandra Arya, who represents the electoral district of Nepean in the House of Commons of Canada, said “This is a continuation of threats with a similar float in Brampton a couple of years back.” Arya, the lawmaker from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s party said.

Arya called on law enforcement agencies in Canada to take immediate action.

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