Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau falsely accused the Narendra Modi administration of authorizing the unlawful assassination of terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar of the Khalistan Tiger Force on Canadian soil. The Modi administration dismissed the charge and demanded legal proof. Trudeau’s accusation goal was to draw international attention to Indian operatives and make doing business in Anglo-Saxon countries difficult. The Indian national security establishment remains unconcerned by Trudeau’s false accusations and plans to continue taking action against Khalistani extremists if they pose an issue with Indian assets abroad or in India.
Justin Trudeau’s unfounded allegations do not affect India’s national security
The Indian national security establishment will continue to oppose the Khalistan movement despite Trudeau’s unproven accusation regarding the killing of Nijjar.
Justin Trudeau indicted the Narendra Modi administration
It has been 17 days since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke before the Canadian Parliament and charged the Narendra Modi administration of authorizing the unlawful assassination of terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar of the Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) on June 18 in Surrey, British Columbia.
On the first day, the Modi administration dismissed the charge and demanded that Trudeau present legal proof to support the purportedly “credible allegations.”
Trudeau supports the Khalistan movement
As time flies, it becomes increasingly apparent that Trudeau is an ardent advocate of the Khalistan movement, and he intentionally falsely accused the Modi administration of maligning India and lumped it in with other autocratic powers.
The Khalistan movement never got such support from a Pakistan PM
While no Pakistan Prime Minister has ever expressed such support for the Khalistan row in the National Assembly, Trudeau’s accusation against India was to ensure that Indian operatives face international scrutiny, and it becomes challenging to conduct business in Anglo-Saxon nations.
The Five Eyes alliance
The fact that Sikh For Justice convenor Gurupatwant Singh Pannu turned out nowhere, likely found during the three days that PM Modi was in the US in June, was quite a clear indication that the Five Eyes alliance has clout with the Khalistani extremists.
Pannu was a massive backer of Nijjar and had connections to extremists in Pakistan and Europe. Pannu was deeply involved in Gurudwara politics and radicalized Sikh youth to gain them political protection.
Trudeau’s false accusations
The Indian national security establishment appeared unconcerned by Trudeau’s false accusations and is adamant that it will oppose the radical Khalistan movement globally while adhering to international law. The establishment intends to keep taking action against Khalistani radicals if they offer an issue to either Indian assets abroad or in India since the Modi government had nothing to accomplish with the shooting death of Nijjar.
It is clear from the country’s current stance that it has no intention of giving ground and will never allow its national interests to suffer.