India expels Canadian diplomat on Justin Trudeau’s allegations


New Delhi. India reacted strongly to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s direct allegation of the Indian government’s role in the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar (Khalistani Nijjar Murder Case), and today summoned the Canadian High Commissioner and one of his The senior diplomat was ordered to leave the country within five days.

India has rejected the statement of Canadian Prime Minister (Justin Trudeau) as absurd and motivated by domestic politics and has alleged that Canadian diplomats are interfering in the internal affairs of the country and indulging in anti-India activities.

This development between India and Canada has soured relations between the two countries. “The High Commissioner of Canada to India was summoned today and informed about the Government of India’s decision to expel a senior Canadian diplomat based in India,” the Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement here. The diplomat concerned has been asked to leave India within the next five days.”

The Ministry of External Affairs said the decision reflects the Indian government’s growing concern over the interference of Canadian diplomats in our internal affairs and their involvement in anti-India activities.

The diplomat who has been expelled, according to media reports, is Oliver Sylvester, station chief of the Canadian Intelligence Service at the High Commission in Canada.

Shortly before this, the Foreign Ministry issued a statement rejecting the allegations of the Canadian Prime Minister (Justin Trudeau), saying, “We have seen the statement given by the Prime Minister of Canada in his Parliament and the statement of his Foreign Minister and reject it.” Are. Allegations of Indian Government’s involvement in any act of violence in Canada are absurd and motivated.

According to the Ministry of External Affairs, the Canadian Prime Minister had made these allegations in his conversation with the Indian Prime Minister, which were completely rejected and he was asked to take strict action against anti-India elements in Canada.

“We are a democratic political system with a strong commitment to the rule of law,” the statement said. Such baseless allegations represent an attempt to divert attention from Khalistani terrorists and extremists who have been sheltered in Canada and pose a threat to India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. “The Government of Canada’s inaction on this matter has been a long-standing and continuing concern.”

The Foreign Ministry said that Canadian political figures openly expressing sympathy for such elements remains a matter of deep concern. Canada’s growing presence of illegal activities, including murder, human trafficking and organized crime, is nothing new.

“We reject any attempt to link the Government of India to such developments and urge the Government of Canada to take prompt and effective legal action against all anti-India elements operating from its soil,” the statement said.

BJP leader shot dead in the middle of the road, panic in the police department

According to the report of Canada’s prestigious channel CBC News, in the case of Khalistan Tiger Force chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar being shot dead in Canada, Mr. Trudeau has accused the Indian government of involvement in the incident. Hardeep Singh Nijjar, wanted in India, was shot dead on June 18 in a parking area outside a gurudwara in Surrey, a city in the Canadian province of British Columbia. Nijjar was a resident of Bharsinghpur village in Jalandhar, Punjab and was the president of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey. He was declared a fugitive by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

Mr. Trudeau told the Canadian Parliament that Canadian security agencies are intensively investigating credible allegations of a possible connection between Indian government agents and the killing of Canadian citizen Hardeep Singh Nijjar. He stressed that the involvement of a foreign hand or government in the murder of a Canadian citizen in Canada is unacceptable.

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