Questions remain over sacking of Liberal MP critical of Khalistani extremism
Following the removal of former Liberal MP Ramesh Sangha from the party caucus over allegedly “baseless accusations” against his colleagues, some critics have questioned whether the swift actions were justified. As originally reported last week, Sangha was kicked out of the party following an interview with a Punjabi-Canadian media outlet in which he said that the Liberal party contains supporters of the Khalistani extremist movement at its highest levels. Sangha also reportedly accused outgoing Industry Minister Navdeep Bains of supporting the Khalistani movement. True North spoke to Munk Senior Fellow at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute Shuvaloy Majumdar to discuss the MP’s firing and its ramifications for the Liberal government.