India Canada Dispute: Tension is at its peak between India and Canada over the murder of pro-Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh. Both countries have expelled each other’s diplomats from their country. The real reason for increasing tension between the two countries is the statement of Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, in which he said that the agent of the Indian government was behind the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
Amidst the diplomatic crisis between India and Canada, former Foreign Minister of Pakistan Bilawal Bhutto has spewed venom against India. Zardari said on Tuesday that the time has come for the international community to accept that India has become a Hindutva terrorist state. The leader of the country, which is on the verge of poverty, has advised the international community that how long will the western countries continue to ignore this type of situation in India.
America and Australia are also worried
America and Australia have also expressed concern over the tension between India and Canada. Australia’s Foreign Ministry said that Canada’s allegations are worrying and we are keeping an eye on this investigation. At the same time, White House National Security Council spokesperson Adrienne Watson has said that America is extremely concerned about the allegations of involvement of Indian government agents in the murder of a pro-Khalistan leader.
Justin Trudeau gave a controversial statement
Let us tell you that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has accused India of being involved in the murder of pro-Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Due to which tension between India and Canada is increasing.
First, Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Jolie announced the expulsion of a top Indian diplomat. After which the Indian government took action and asked a senior Canadian diplomat to leave the country within five days. It is known that Nijjar was shot dead by bike-borne assailants in front of a Gurudwara in Britain on June 18 this year.
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