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Washington, September 20: Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has accused India of involvement in the killing of Khalistani Tiger Force (KTF) chief Hardeep Se Najjar. After this, America reacted to this and expressed concern and said that it was very concerned about the allegations made by Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau on India.
According to media reports, Adrienne Watson, who is the spokesperson for the White House National Security Council, issued a statement and through that statement said that we are constantly contacting Canada’s partners and allies. The investigation in this case has been expedited and it is very important to take the investigation forward. So that the criminals can be brought to justice and punished. Which is necessary for justice.
Accusing the Indian government, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau said in the Canadian Parliament that India may have a connection with the killing of Khalistani Tiger Force (KTF) chief Hardeep Nijjar on June 18. After PM Trudeau made the allegation in the Canadian Parliament, Canada’s Foreign Minister said that a judicial inquiry has been started into this matter and he also said that a high-level Indian diplomat has also been expelled from the country on this matter.
Canadian Foreign Minister Jolie further said that PM Trudeau had also raised this matter with US President Joe Biden. Apart from this, this matter was also shared with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
Whatever allegations Canada has made against the Indian government, India has denied all those allegations and has said that all the allegations leveled against us are baseless and absurd. We have no involvement whatsoever in this matter.
The statement made by the Canadian Prime Minister in the Parliament of Canada and the statement by the Canadian Foreign Minister have been rejected by the Indian Ministry of External Affairs which have said that India is not involved in the murder of Najjar. Whatever allegations are being made, all are baseless and baseless. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs said that Khalistani terrorists are a threat to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of India and are being sheltered in Canada. An attempt is being made to divert our attention from these terrorists by blaming India for Nijjar’s murder.