“Cross-Border Diplomatic Tensions, Canada’s pointed denunciation of India’s implicit involvement in the woeful assassination of a prominent Sikh activist on Canadian soil has burned a heated disagreement, leading to the deportation of senior diplomats from both Ottawa and New Delhi.

This exchange of politic blows followed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s assertion that Canada was laboriously probing” credible allegations” linking India to the June lucre of the honored Canadian citizen and Sikh leader, Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

” Over the formerly number of weeks, Canadian security agencies have been laboriously pursuing credible allegations of a implicit link between agents of the government of India and the lucre of a Canadian citizen Hardeep Singh Nijjar,” Trudeau passionately placarded in congress on Monday, covenanting that his government would take every necessary measure” to hold perpetrators of this murder to regard.

” Canada incontinently ousted an Indian diplomat, linked by Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly as the chief of the Indian intelligence outfit within the country.” moment we ’re acting by expelling a pivotal diplomat, but we will get to the bottom of this,” she declared intensely in Ottawa, revealing that Trudeau had raised the issue with both US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. India’s foreign ministry incontinently recompensed on Tuesday, publicizing the deportation of a senior Canadian diplomat posted in India.

“The diplomat in question has been instructed to depart India within the next five days,” the statement affirmed. This decision underscores the escalating concern of the Government of India regarding the interference of Canadian diplomats in our internal affairs and their involvement in activities contrary to India’s interests.

Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a notable Sikh leader based in western Canada, met a tragic fate when, according to initial law enforcement reports, he was ambushed in his truck by two masked assailants outside a Sikh temple in Surrey, British Columbia, back in June.

The Australian Foreign Minister, Penny Wong, expressed a similar sentiment, conveying the nation’s profound dismay over the allegations. The statement shared with CNN asserted, “We are closely monitoring the developments in discussions with our counterparts. We have conveyed our concerns at the highest levels to India.” It also acknowledged the potential distress these reports may cause to specific Australian communities. The statement highlighted the esteemed position of the Indian diaspora in Australia’s dynamic and resilient multicultural society, providing a platform for all Australians to peacefully and securely express their perspectives.


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