Thursday, March 1, 2018


  SURREY, B.C. — A man at the centre of a controversy over Sikh separatism that is hounding the prime minister says he has worked with politicians from a number of parties since he was released from prison for the attempted assassination of an Indian cabinet minister.
  After working to rebuild his reputation following the 1986 attempt on the cabinet minister's life, Jaspal Atwal said he's frustrated that some of those who have asked for help have turned on him in public; he can't seem to escape the label of "terrorist" so many years after he paid his dues.
 Atwal's victims have reason to keep the narrative alive, although their repeated warnings go unheeded.

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