OTTAWA: A day after Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau levelled ‘allegations’ on India being linked to the killing of Khalistan Tiger Pressure Chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Trudeau mentioned on Tuesday that Ottawa desires New Delhi to handle the problem correctly, CBC information reported. Trudeau mentioned that Canada isn’t attempting to impress India by any means.
“We aren’t seeking to provoke or escalate. We’re merely laying out the information as we perceive them,” the Canadian Prime Minister informed reporters, in response to CBC information. “The federal government of India must take this matter with the utmost seriousness. We’re doing that,” he mentioned.
“As for Canada, I mentioned yesterday…we’re going to stay calm, we’re going to stay grounded in our democratic rules and values…. and we’re going to comply with the proof and ensure the work is completed…,” he added. CBC Information is a Canada-based media firm, a division of the Canadian Broadcasting Company.
Najjar, who was wished in India, was gunned down outdoors a Gurdwara, in a parking space in Canada’s Surrey, British Columbia on June 18. Hailing from Bharsinghpur village in Punjab’s Jalandhar, Nijjar was based mostly in Surrey and had been declared “absconder” by the Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA).
Canadian PM Trudeau on Monday alleged the Indian authorities of being behind the deadly capturing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
Trudeau on Monday (US native time) claimed that his nation’s nationwide safety officers had causes to imagine that “brokers of the Indian authorities” carried out the killing of the Canadian citizen, who additionally served because the president of Surrey’s Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara. “Canadian safety businesses have been actively pursuing credible allegations of a possible hyperlink between brokers of the Authorities of India and the killing of a Canadian citizen, Hardeep Singh Nijjar,” Trudeau mentioned.
India has, nonetheless, rejected the allegations by Canadian PM Trudeau relating to the federal government’s involvement within the deadly capturing of Nijjar. In an announcement, the Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) termed the allegations ‘absurd ‘and ‘motivated’.
“We now have seen and reject the assertion of the Canadian Prime Minister of their Parliament, as additionally the assertion by their Overseas Minister,” mentioned the MEA in an official assertion.