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Canada Has ‘Evidence’ Linking Indian Diplomats To Killing: Report

Canada Has ‘Evidence’ Linking Indian Diplomats To Killing: Report

Trudeau doubled down on his charge of a foreign government interfering on his country’s soil at the UN. 

OTTAWA (IANS) – The Canadian government has collected “human and signal intelligence” involving Indian officials, including Indian diplomats present in Canada linking them to killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the media reported.

“Based on a month-long investigation into Nijjar’s death, the Canadian government had amassed both human and signals intelligence which includes communications involving Indian officials themselves, including Indian diplomats present in Canada,” public broadcaster Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) reported quoting government sources.

Some of the intelligence was provided by an unnamed ally in the Five Eyes intelligence alliance, which consists of the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, the CBC reported. 

India and Canada are enmeshed in a diplomatic row over Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s allegation of involvement of Indian intelligence and the state in the killing of Canadian citizen and Sikh separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who was killed in June in British Columbia. Nijjar was declared a designated terrorist by India in 2020.

India had rejected claims by the Canadian government terming them as “absurd and motivated”.

When pressed behind closed doors, no Indian official has denied the bombshell allegation at the core of this case — that there is evidence to suggest Indian government involvement in the assassination of a Canadian citizen on Canadian soil, CBC said.

“I can assure you that the decision to share these allegations on the floor of the House of Commons … was not done lightly,” Trudeau said on September 21 in New York after attending the United Nations General Assembly.

“It was done with the utmost seriousness.”

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  • India has evidence of Canadians harboring a fugitive and criminal and terrorist who blew up a plane full of people.

    Whoever did this must receive the Nobel Peace Prize for stopping the next bombing of civilians. A preemptive strike.

    September 22, 2023
    • Agree with you sir, who attempted twice to burn SF Indian consulate? Don’t Canadians get it, that they are harboring terrorist?

      September 22, 2023
  • When India raises any concerns it is overlooked but killing of one illegal immigrant in Canada has Treadu’s bottom on fire. People killed in Kanishka blown up by these terrorist has no effect on Canadian government. Double Standards.

    September 22, 2023
  • He regurgitated the “unwarranted” “unprovoked” “Russian invasion” narrative with all seriousness as well and we all know it’s total bullsh**.

    And that’s a war.

    He cant be trusted about anything serious at all.

    September 22, 2023
  • If indeed India is involved in this crime it is big black mark for its image. This issue is not about Khalistan or other disagreements between India and Canada but about a single criminal act. Denials in such cases is meaningless as all countries engaged in such acts routinely do it. India should fully cooperate with Canadian investigation until a conclusion is arrived at

    September 22, 2023
  • What a tragedy and abuse of seeking asylum in a country for fear of ,so called,prosecution. Then raise funds from the country and then send these back to fund the same group. It is the present Canadian government to be blamed for letting things get of hand

    September 23, 2023

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