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The Trudeau administration requested the removal of diplomats

  • Following the death of Nijjar, the diplomatic ties between India and Canada have deteriorated.
  • Both sides have expelled diplomats, and India has ceased to process Canadian visa requests.
  • the Biden administration has encouraged India to assist Canada in its inquiries into the murder of Nijjar.

Following Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s accusations that the Indian government may have been responsible for the death of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the diplomatic ties between India and Canada have deteriorated.

Both sides have expelled diplomats, and India has ceased to process Canadian visa requests. Several Canadian diplomats were reportedly ordered to leave India by the Indian government on Tuesday, and Ottawa was informed by New Delhi that it must return about 40 diplomats by October 10.

Removal of diplomats

The Biden administration has communicated with the Indian government on several occasions, pleading with them to assist Canada in its inquiries into the killing of a Khalistani separatist.

An unnamed assailant shot and killed Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Surrey, British Columbia, in June 2023, sparking diplomatic problems between India and Canada. Sukhdool Singh, a 40-year-old inhabitant of Duneka village in Punjab’s Moga region, was killed at the same time.

Sukhdool Singh, an Indian mobster who is wanted for questioning, had ties to terrorist organizations including the Khalistani terrorist Arsh Dala and used their funds to buy high-tech weapons for his organization.

According to a representative of the US State Department, the Biden administration has encouraged India to assist Canada in its inquiries into the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

The Indian government is said to have been behind the execution of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar on Indian soil, according to Canadian MP Kevin Vuong, who has requested the Justin Trudeau administration for proof to support this claim.

According to a U.S. State Department representative, the Biden administration has communicated with the Indian government on several occasions to urge them to assist the Canadian probe.

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