Pudhari Online: Bilateral relations between India and Canada have been strained over the murder case of Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Hardeep Singh Nijjar petitioner was shot dead in Canada on 18th June. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has alleged India’s involvement in the murder. Meanwhile, on September 18, Canada arrested a senior Indian political official on charges of killing a Khalistani terrorist. Or political action has created bilateral tension between the two countries. (Hardeep Singh Nijjar death)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, speaking during an emergency session of Parliament, said that his government is accused of having links with the Indian agent who murdered Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia in June. He has appealed to the Government of India to cooperate in eradicating this issue. Foreign Minister Melanie Jolie said that the Trudeau government has taken immediate action in this matter. “We are a senior Indian officer who has moved to Canada,” he told the officer concerned.
Jolie further said that the Indian deported from Canada is the head of Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), India’s foreign intelligence agency in Canada.
Nijjar or India declaring him as a wanted terrorist would have been bananas. On June 18, Rosie was shot to death in Surrey, a suburb of Vancouver. Or the reality of the Sikh community in this place. Nijjarvar was accused of many attacks in India.
The bilateral relations between India and Canada have increased due to the murder incident. The Indian government on Tuesday refuted Canada’s allegations of India’s involvement in the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Surrey. Public authorities have called Canada’s allegations baseless. It has been noted that India has a solid responsibility regarding law and order.
“We refute the statements made by the Prime Minister of Canada in Parliament. “Claims of India’s involvement in any crime in Canada are ridiculous and foolish,” the Indian Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement.
Strong response from India, Indian High Commissioner asked to leave the country
Meanwhile, India itself has responded strongly by taking action against the Hardeep Singh Nijjar murder allegations. India has replaced Canada’s High Commissioner Cameron McCay. Canada’s High Commissioner to India was received today and was informed about the Indian Government’s action. The concerned High Commissioners have been asked to leave India in the next five days.
India expels Canadian diplomat in reciprocal move
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MEA says, “The High Commissioner of Canada to India was summoned today and informed about the decision of the Government of India to expel a senior Canadian diplomat based in India. The concerned diplomat has been asked to leave India within the next five days. The decision… pic.twitter.com/E3Uf9HVQLN
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