Joginder Bassi News: The host of the renowned yet controversial Canadian radio talk program ‘Gaunda Punjab,’ Joginder Singh Bassi, has reportedly been attacked by unidentified males in Canada, according to a video that has been circulating on social media. They drove away from the scene after shooting Joginder Singh Bassi’s automobile in the front windshield and fleeing the scene uninjured after that.
According to sources, the automobile was parked outside the residence of Joginder Singh Bassi’s daughter at the time of the shooting. According to reports, no one was injured as a result of the incident. Bassi’s automobile windshield was penetrated by the bullet, but no one was injured, including Bassi himself. The doctor has determined that he is entirely safe and healthy.
Upon hearing the report of a gunshot, the Canadian Police swooped in and took fast action. The neighborhood was swarming with police cars, which were parked all over the place. Following the attack, Joginder Singh Bassi was rushed to what is believed to be his daughter’s home, according to reports.
Joginder Singh Bassi is a well-known figure in both the Canadian and Punjabi media communities. Over the course of more than three decades, he has amassed a daily audience of over 150,000 viewers for his show, “Gaunda Punjab.” The show is immensely popular among both Canadian and Punjabi audiences, and several prominent Punjabi celebrities have made guest appearances on the show in the past.
In response to his comments that female international students from India are lazy and promiscuous home wreckers who have come to Canada solely to find men and get married, a prominent Toronto-based Punjabi television show has provoked uproar and a social media backlash.
Last month, Joginder Bassi, host of the Gaunda Punjab radio and television show, made some remarks that drew widespread condemnation. He made the remarks during his weekend television show last month.
“You’re targeting a whole community and you’re saying negative things about them, and that’s really sad,” said Harjot Mannan, a 23-year-old from the Indian state of Punjab who is a student at Centennial College in Toronto. “It’s really sad,” said Harjot Mannan, who is from the Punjab region of India.
The dispute originates from a radio show broadcast in November, during which a woman called in to express her dissatisfaction with international Indian students studying in Canada. In Punjabi, the woman stated that the number of students who are allowed to enter should be reduced because they “spread so much garbage about” and “believe they have the right to do whatever they want.”
Bassi answered by stating that these female students do not work, are pregnant, and are uninformed of the name of the father in question. He further stated that they are looking for a Canadian man to take advantage of, and that in the process, they are destroying families and creating divorces.