Khalistan terrorist, leader of Khalistan Tiger Force Hardeep Singh Nijjar (Hardeep Singh Nijjar) Indian government may be involved behind the murder Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau It is known that the comments made by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have caused an uproar. India has taken this seriously.
Both the countries have already expelled the diplomats. India has closed the visa processing center in Canada.
International powers are trying to reach a compromise between the two countries.
However, due to suspension of Indian visas, Canadians, expatriate Indians and businessmen who had to come to our country for urgent work faced serious difficulties. Indian High Commission in Canada (Indian High Commission in Canada) responded. It said that all types of visa services suspended in Canada will be restarted from October 26. Recently, the Indian government has taken another important decision. After a break of almost two months, Canadian citizens Electron Visa(Electron Visa) (This Visa) has agreed in principle to reconcile the services.
Strict action should be taken against the terrorists and anti-Indian forces operating from the Canadian mainland New Delhi(New Delhi) is still seeking the Trudeau government.
India said that they are not denying Canada’s allegations that the Indian government is behind Nijjar’s murder, nor are they opposing Canada’s investigation. External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar(External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar). However, he stated that strong evidence should be put in front of them in accordance with these claims. Jaishankar, who recently went on a trip to the UK. In response to a question asked during a conversation titled “How a billion people see the world” with renowned journalist Lionel Barber. Jaishankar stated that Canada has not shared any evidence with India to support his allegations.
Referring to the pro-Khalistan activities in Canada, Jaishankar said that freedom of speech and expression comes with a certain responsibility. It is very wrong to abuse those freedoms and tolerate abuse for political purposes.