India vs Canada on Khalistan: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has accused India of involvement in the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Controversy arose after his allegation. India has expelled Canada’s diplomat. Meanwhile, Australia and America have expressed deep concern over Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s allegations against India.
America gave a statement
The US expressed concern over the allegations and said it was important that the perpetrators be brought to justice. The White House said in a statement that we are deeply concerned about the allegations made against India by Prime Minister Trudeau. Also, he further said that we remain in regular touch with our Canadian diplomats. It is important that Canada’s investigation moves forward and strict action is taken against the culprit.
Australia also expressed deep concern
Australia’s Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying that Canadians are extremely concerned by the PM’s allegations and the country is paying attention to the ongoing investigation in this matter. Australia believes that all countries must respect sovereignty and the rule of law. Also, it was further said that we have conveyed our concerns to India. A large number of Indian community people are settled in Australia. Also, Australia has also seen several rallies by Khalistan supporters.
According to media reports, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has informed the leaders of some of the country’s close allies about the matter. These include British PM Rishi Sunak, French President Emmanuel Macron and US President Joe Biden. Canadian Foreign Minister Jolie said that she will also raise this matter with the G-7 leaders on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York.