According to Matthew Miller, a spokesman for the Department of State, the US(US Message To India) has “publicly – and privately” urged India to assist the Canadian investigation. The allegations made by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau regarding India’s potential involvement in the killing of outlawed Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar have been met with renewed calls for an investigation from the United States, which has once again stated that it is “deeply concerned” by them.
Department of State spokesperson Matthew Miller said the US has “publicly – and privately” urged India to assist the Canadian investigation.
The allegations made by Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau “deeply concern us.” Miller told reporters on Monday (local time) that “our partners in Canada are still in close contact with us.”
“We think it’s essential that Canada’s investigation continue and the offenders are prosecuted. Additionally, we have privately and publicly urged the Indian Government to assist the Canadian investigation, the official continued.
After Trudeau claimed that India was responsible for the death of Nijjar(US Message To India), tensions between India and Canada grew. The claims have been rejected by India, who referred to them as “absurd and motivated.” On June 18, Nijjar, an Indian terrorist with a terrorist designation, was killed in Surrey, Canada.
US Representative Jim Costa requests an investigation(US Message To India). Meanwhile, US Representative Jim Costa demanded that the death of Nijjar be looked into.
Costa stated, “I am very concerned about reports that Canadian Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Niijar was assassinated, and I have requested an official briefing as a member of the House Foreign Affairs committee,” in a post that was shared on X, formerly known as Twitter. To determine who should be held accountable, we must conduct a thorough investigation into this crime.
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Terrorists found refuge in Canada, according to the foreign minister of Sri Lanka
Ali Sabry, the foreign minister of Sri Lanka, responded to the diplomatic dispute between India and Canada by claiming that terrorists have found refuge there and that Trudeau has a habit of making outrageous claims.
Sabry stated to the news agency ANI that he is “not surprised” by Trudeau’s remarks given the “outrageous and substantiated allegations” that he has made.
“Canada has become a haven for some terrorists. The Canadian prime minister has a habit of making outrageous claims without any backing evidence. The same thing they did for Sri Lanka—a terrible, complete lie about there having been a genocide in Sri Lanka. Everyone is aware that there was no genocide in our nation,”
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