India gave a jaw-dropping response to Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s allegations, now America said this

The US has said it is ‘deeply concerned’ by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s allegations against India over the killing of a ‘Sikh activist’ in Surrey, Canada. White House National Security Council spokeswoman Adrienne Watson said in an emailed statement, ‘We are deeply concerned by the allegations made by Prime Minister Trudeau. We are in regular contact with our Canadian colleagues. It is important that Canada pursues the investigation and brings the perpetrators to justice.

What did Canadian PM Justin Trudeau say?
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau told MPs – “The involvement of a foreign government in the killing of a citizen on Canadian soil is a violation of our country’s sovereignty. We will press the Indian government to cooperate with the investigation into this murder.”

Justin Trudeau said – “The large population of Indian-origin Sikhs living in Canada is outraged by the killing. Many Sikhs fear for their safety. The country has 14-18 lakh citizens of Indian origin, many of whom are Sikhs. Jagmeet Singh Sikh, leader of the opposition New Democratic Party of Canada from the community.”

India gave a jaw-dropping response
India has rejected all the allegations leveled by Canada. India’s Ministry of External Affairs said, “All allegations of Canada are nonsense. Similar allegations were leveled against our PM Modi by the Prime Minister of Canada. They were completely rejected.”

The Ministry of External Affairs said, “Such baseless allegations are an attempt to divert attention from Khalistani terrorists and extremists. They have been given sanctuary in Canada. They are a threat to India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.”

Expulsion of Canada’s senior diplomat
Along with this, the Indian government has expelled the senior Canadian diplomat present in the country. He has been given 5 days to leave the country.

Who was Hardeep Singh Nijjar?
Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was the chief of terrorist outfit Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF). While living in Canada, he had been promoting the Khalistan movement in Punjab for a long time. On June 18, Nijjar was shot dead by two unidentified gunmen near the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. Nijjar was also the head of this Gurdwara.

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