“We need answers”: Sikh men wrongly arrested in Ottawa bomb threat speak out

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Two organizers of a Sikh event near Parliament Hill are demanding answers after a false tip about a bomb led to the pair being wrongly arrested.

Ottawa police have refused to answer questions about the men’s account of events, to provide more details about the tip or to say whether they will investigate those who made the claim.

Mercedes Stephenson speaks with Manveer Singh and Paraminder Singh about what unfolded that day, and the humiliation they say they endured.

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