The 36th immensely distressing and sad anniversary of the bombing of Air India Flight 182 on 23 June 1985 which is one of the largest mass killings in Canadian History and one of the deadliest act of aviation terrorism by The Babbar Khalsa terror group called Khalistanis.
It killed all 329 people on board including 268 Canadian, 27 British and 24 Indian citizens mid-air en route from Montreal to London.
On this day we pay homage to all the victims and convey our deepest sympathies and condolences to their surviving family members and strongly condemn the terrorist and separatist group Babbar Khalsa for the heinous crime they have committed against humanity.
Some of the family members of the deceased in that ill-fated flight live in Australia and still fighting for justice. We stand by them and condemn the violence of any kind, terrorism from any race and commit to working hard to keep and make Australia a safe and best place to live.
Note: The Author does not want to be named.