India and Canada clash over Khalistan, diplomats expelled, will relations deteriorate further? Canadian PM Trudeau accused India of killing Khalistani Nijjar. According to foreign policy experts, these relations have reached a bad state.
He said that it would be meaningless to expect them to become normal at this time. In detail, Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Jolly alleged, without showing evidence, that an Indian official was involved in the murder of Khalistani supporter Hardeep Singh Nijjar. You must remember how Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was shot dead in Canada.
Now Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has raised questions about the connection of the Indian government in the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. After PM Justin Trudeau’s statement in Parliament, Canada expelled a top diplomat of India. The Canadian government alleges that Indian diplomats were interfering in the investigation of Nijjar’s murder.
Responding to the Canadian government’s action, the Indian government has summoned Canada’s senior high commissioner to India, Olivier Sylvester, and asked him to leave India within five days. The Canadian government expelled an Indian diplomat, accusing the Indian government of the murder of Canadian Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a charge the Indian government has denied. By the way, why doesn’t Canada, a sympathizer of Khalistan, create Khalistan there? What is the problem with it? What is your opinion on this news? Please tell us by commenting.