India-Canada Row: Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has once again given a befitting reply to Canada. Jaishankar said that whatever is happening in Canada should not be normalized. Questioning what is happening in Canada, if it had happened somewhere else, would the world have accepted it? S Jaishankar further said that Canada has become a country where there is a combination of organized crime, people smuggling, separatism and violence from India.
Foreign Minister S Jaishankar further raised questions and said that India believes that there is an atmosphere of violence and fear in Canada, just think about it. Smoke bombs have been thrown on our mission. There is violence in front of our Consulate and people are targeted and not only this, people have also been intimidated. Do you people consider this to be normal? If this had happened to any other country, what would have been the reaction?
Did S Jaishankar say anything?
S Jaishankar says that the way the Canadian Prime Minister made allegations privately and publicly was not right. He said that Canada should control Khalistanis. After India’s tough stance, Canada’s Justin Trudeau has also taken a U-turn. The biggest thing is that despite repeatedly making allegations, Justin Trudeau could not present a single evidence.
The Foreign Minister further said that India’s attitude was also aggressive. Amidst all this, questions started being raised on Justin Trudeau in Canada itself, his own MPs raised questions. Opposition leaders asked for evidence. Now Justin Trudeau himself is advocating taking friendship to new heights by calling India a superpower.
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