Dear Madam/Sir,

I am a Canadian of Sikh descent and one of many hundred thousand Sikh residents of Ontario.

I am writing to ask you to boycott and ban Kamal Nath’s visit to Ontario during March 2010 due to his participation in the killings of innocent Sikhs in November 1984 in which more than 3000 Sikhs were reported dead.Sikhs in Ontario number several hundred thousand and are appalled and disturbed by the news that our provincial government is allowing a person like Kamal Nath into the province instead of siding with its residents.

People of Canada, its government and legislature are very sensitive to the issue of human rights abuses and genocide which is aptly reflected in the section 35 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act of 2001 which specifically makes individuals like Kamal Nath inadmissible for entering into Canada for their role in killings innocent of people.

In November 1984 Kamal Nath was seen inciting and leading the mob by a reputable journalist. In addition, Mukhtiar Singh and other employees of attacked Gurdawara Rakab Ganj in Delhi saw Kamal Nath leading an armed mob that attacked and demolished the Gurudwara. In that particular incident alone, several Sikhs were burnt alive by the mob lead by Kamal Nath.

To allow Kamal Nath to enter and visit Ontario will not only violate Federal Law but will also shock the conscience of human rights loving people of Ontario and will tarnish the reputation of Ontario Provincial Government. A mass murderer like Kamal Nath has no place alongside reputable officials of Ontario Provincial Government.

I strongly demand that your government refuse to entertain Kamal Nath and ban his entry into the province.