Canada says it suspects India involved in Sikh leader murder
Canada has expelled a senior Indian intelligence official and accused the Indian government of being involved in the murder of a Sikh separatist leader in British Columbia. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called it an "unacceptable violation of our sovereignty." India, in turn, expressed strong concerns about Sikh protesters in Canada. The worsening bilateral ties have led to a freeze in trade talks between the two countries.
India-Canada Diplomatic Row: Brief History of Khalistan Movement in Canada
History of Khalistani movement: The widening rift between India and Canada comes amid India’s concerns over Canada harbouring pro-Khalistani groups. There have been several incidents carried out by pro-Khalistani groups including attacks on Hindu temples, Indian mission and pro-Khalistan rallies in Canada.
Canada has info India was behind slaying of Sikh leader
Canadian authorities have intelligence that India was behind the slaying in June of Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjarsikh, leader in the Pacific province of British Columbia, the Globe and Mail newspaper said on Monday.
Trudeau says 'credible allegations' Indian government involved in slaying of Sikh leader in B.C.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there are 'credible allegations' that the 'agents of the government of India' were involved in the killing of prominent Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in B.C. in June.
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