India expels a senior Canadian diplomat,The worst situation between India and Canada!!

The state of relations between India and Canada is deteriorating. In regard to the assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has suggested that India may have been involved. On June 18, Najjar, a Khalistan supporter, was killed in a shooting. During the course of the investigation into this murder, an Indian journalist was reportedly released

Canadian intelligence and security personnel have raised concerns with senior Indian government officials, Trudeau said. He revealed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also been briefed on this matter. Both leaders had just flown into Delhi, India, for the G-20 summit. What makes this incident unique is that Trudeau spent several days in India discussing it with locals after his plane experienced mechanical difficulties.

Plant fee levied by SFJ In Sare, Canada, Najjar was shot and killed while recording the Guru Nanak Sikh Mitra. He was the public face of the pro-Khalistan organization Sikhs for Justice (SFJ). The Indian government was blamed by SFJ for Nijar’s death. In addition, we launched a poster campaign to raise awareness.

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Where did things go from here?

Canadian Foreign Minister Mélanie Jolie has declared that an arrest warrant has been issued for a prominent Indian official. The current chief of India’s spy organization, RAW, has been interviewed in this film.

He warned that if the rumors turned out to be real, it would violate the country’s standards regarding the types of jobs that can be done there. According to Jolly, Trudeau had also discussed this with President Joe Biden of the United States.

Continues to sour

It appears that tensions are building between India and Canada as a result of recent events. This week marks the beginning of Canada’s first trade mission to India. The June protest at the Indian High Commission was considered an “attack” by India. Trudeau was also criticized for allegedly doing nothing to stop Canadian revolutionaries who were hostile to India.

After Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau blamed “Indian government agents and the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar” and expelled a senior Indian diplomat, India responded by expelling a Canadian diplomat. On Tuesday (September 19), Indian officials summoned Canadian High Commissioner to India Cameron Mackay to the Ministry of External Affairs headquarters to inform him of the decision.

India Expels a Senior Canadian Diplomat
India Expels a Senior Canadian Diplomat

As a Retaliatory Measure

“The Government of India has decided to deport a senior Canadian diplomat based in India. The High Commissioner of Canada to India was summoned today and told of this decision. The Ministry of External Affairs has announced that the diplomat will be returned to India within the week.

I was told I had to leave. I’d say it takes five days. The Indian government has made this decision because they are increasingly worried about Canadian ambassadors meddling in Indian domestic issues and taking part in anti-Indian actions.

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