India-Canada Row: Canadian officer obstructed the investigation of Nijjar’s murder, India made big allegations

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India-Canada Row: Canadian officer obstructed the investigation of Nijjar’s murder, India made big allegations

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Justin Trudeau.Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Justin Trudeau.

India-Canada Row: The ongoing diplomatic dispute (India-Canada Row) between India and Canada over the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar has not stopped yet. The tension between the two countries that has been going on for several months is still making headlines around the world. Meanwhile, India’s High Commissioner to Canada Sanjay Kumar Verma said Canada’s police investigation into the June killing of a Sikh separatist in British Columbia has been harmed by public statements by a high-level Canadian official.

Canada hindered the investigation

Sanjay Verma said that this investigation has already been tainted. Along with this, he said that there was an instruction from a senior Canadian official to reveal whether India or an Indian agent was behind the murder of Nijjar. However, he has not disclosed the name of any officer. Verma further said that no specific or relevant information has been given to us in this case to help them in the investigation. Ever since PM Trudeau has made these allegations against India, India has strongly denied these claims. It has asked Canada to curb anti-India activities within the country.

India wants good relations with Canada

Sanjay Kumar Verma said that Canada or Canada’s allies have not shown India concrete evidence that Indian agents were involved in the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. He said that despite strained relations between the two countries, India would like to expand trade ties and return to the negotiating table on trade deals. In September, Canada halted negotiations on a proposed trade treaty with India. Just three months later, both countries said that their aim was to seal a preliminary agreement this year.

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