Canada PM Apologizes For Komagata Maru Incident

Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, apologized formally in the parliament for the 1914 Komagata Maru incident, speaking on the incident of the large scale anti migration policies in 1960’s Justin said truly sorry for all the past.

Trudeau spoke in the event of Chamber filled with the Member of Parliaments, and the Indo-Canadians.  The delegation led by the Premier Christy Clark also attended the Trudeau’s address.

Canada missed the great opportunity of being richer, had the 376 passengers were allowed to enter Canada. The passengers in the Japanese ship Komagata Maru were from India carrying the Sikhs, Hindus and Muslims.

The immigrants were returned back to India after two month legal battle, and 17 were killed by in Canada.

This is the third time in the history of Canada that a Prime Minister apologized for the events that took place 100 years ago.

Those immigrants had plans to settle in Canada similar to the other millions of people. The Ship was docked here for two months and then again returned back to India, the forceful event in the lives of many have created a wrong image of Canada.

Canada has changed a lot over a period of time; numerous people who come to Canada now become the part of the Canada society. Canada Immigration is acting as the facilitator for the immigrants who are qualified and adapt to the Canada conditions.

Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s liberal moves and progressive mindset is attracting more number of qualified individuals to settle in Canada lawfully.

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