The Indian government has responded to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s claim that India was complicit in the murder of Canadian citizen and terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Surrey, Vancouver. India asked Ottawa for evidence, offered to assist with the investigation, and informed its allies about the falsity of Trudeau’s claim due to Canada’s acceptance and support of terrorists and sedition.
The allegations against Indian intelligence agencies are false, and India has taken the form of an official message to Ottawa indicating that India intends to assist the Canadian investigation in the presence of relevant evidence. India’s external affairs minister, S. Jaishankar, will clarify the nation’s stance during the United Nations General Assembly in New York and may travel to Washington, DC, on a bilateral basis after giving a speech at the UNGA.
India: Give evidence regarding Nijjar Killing rather than just claims
The security of Indians and members of the Indian diaspora living in Canada, according to the officials, is one of India’s top priorities.
The Indian administration has quickly reacted
The Indian government has swiftly replied to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s claim that India was complicit in the murder of Canadian citizen and terrorist Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) member Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
India questioned Ottawa for evidence
India asked Ottawa for proof, offered to assist with the investigation and informed its important allies about the falsity of Trudeau’s claim because of Canada’s acceptance and support of terrorists and sedition.
India: Canada verifies the indictments against Indian intelligence agencies
Senior officials claim that the response—which spans several areas—comes after a discussion of superiors national security and foreign ministry officials on Wednesday morning in the new Parliament building. The reaction may read as an inquiry that Canada proves the accusations against Indian intelligence agencies.
The allegations against Indian intelligence agencies are false
In another instance, it took the shape of an official message to Ottawa indicating that India intends to assist the Canadian investigation, pending the availability of the relevant evidence. Thirdly, it appeared as a communication from the nation’s national security planners to Australia and the US, two of India’s most important Western allies, claiming that the allegations against Indian intelligence agencies are false.
It’s significant to avoid a rift within Canada’s Indian diaspora
The New Democratic Party of Khalistan’s ally Jagmeet Singh supports the minority Trudeau governance. Last, New Delhi continues to put strategies and processes in place to guarantee that the Indian diaspora in Canada has no division between Sikhs and Hindus and that Indians and individuals of Indian heritage in Canada are safe.
EAM, S. Jaishankar would describe the nation’s perspective
An unnamed official claimed that S. Jaishankar, India’s external affairs minister, would clarify the nation’s stance while in New York on September 23 to participate in the United Nations General Assembly and may then travel to Washington, DC on an official basis after addressing the UNGA on September 26.
The Narendra Modi administration is sure that its reaction is sufficient in light of Trudeau’s failure to persuade the G7 and the Five Eyes organization to condemn India for its alleged involvement in Nijjar’s murder. New Delhi additionally cited Ottawa’s support of separatists calling for Khalistan, a radical outlaw group even among the Sikh diaspora.
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