A striking revelation has emerged in the Canadian political landscape, where numerous politicians have begun promoting an agenda supporting Khalistan.
The demand for Khalistan, a separate state for Sikhs in India, has been a contentious issue for decades. While some individuals support the movement, claiming it would provide greater autonomy and a sense of identity to Punjab, others argue that it would be detrimental to the state's economy, national security, and social fabric. In this article, we explore the history of the movement, its current situation, and the potential implications of its demands being met. Additionally, we examine the role of propaganda in fueling support for Khalistan and highlight the perspectives of intellectuals who oppose the idea.