Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown has claimed that a parade float mocking the assassination of a former Indian prime minister was not a hate crime following a police investigation.
The extremist June 4th parade sparked outrage in India for displaying the float which depicted the killing of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards in 1984 using mannequins.

The float, which had a poster that read “Revenge”, was alleged to be a celebration of violence by Sikh separatists who demand an independent homeland called Khalistan.

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