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Indian envoy queries Canada about Nijjar’s murder

  • Indian agents were complicit in the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
  • Verma is a victim of ongoing troll attacks on social media and has received numerous death threats from Canadian citizens.
  • Ottawa responded by calling their Indian envoys back.

In response to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s claims that Indian agents were complicit in the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Indian High Commissioner Sanjay Kumar Verma broke his non-verbal silence on Saturday.

Verma requested that Canada provide evidence of India or his government’s involvement in Nijjar’s murder. Verma is a victim of ongoing troll attacks on social media and has received numerous death threats from Canadian citizens.

Nijjar’s murder

Concerns regarding the ongoing investigation into the death of Sikh separatist leader Nijjar, who was shot by unknown men outside a gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia, have been voiced by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

The incident caused a great deal of controversy in both India and Canada, which resulted in India stealing the diplomatic immunity of at least 41 diplomats stationed in New Delhi. Ottawa responded by calling their Indian envoys back.

India alleges that these diplomats participated in unlawful wiretapping, and Trudeau has voiced worries regarding the security and safety of his general consuls. In his opinion, the threats amount to hate speech and calls for violence, and the Canadian government is doing nothing to stop them.

According to Trudeau, he wants to keep positive relations with New Delhi and is not looking to inflame tensions with them. The disagreement between the two nations has made it vital for Canadian diplomats to collaborate with the Indian government to support Canadians and Canadian families, he said, adding that Ottawa is going through a “very challenging time” with New Delhi.

According to Trudeau, his administration will try to interact with India “responsibly and constructively” and is taking the situation very seriously. He also said Ottawa is going through an “incredibly difficult time” in its relationship with New Delhi.

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