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Duluxe would be happy to know that his beloved India is a sponsor of state terrorism. While pointing his finger at China and Islam, he doesn't realize that 4 fingers point back at himself.


Canada has info India was behind slaying of Sikh leader: Trudeau

OTTAWA - Canada on Monday said it had credible information linking Indian government agents to the murder of a Sikh separatist leader in British Columbia in June and said it had expelled a senior Indian intelligence official.

The announcement marks a significant worsening of bilateral ties.

India is already unhappy that Canadian authorities are not cracking down on Sikh protesters who want their own independent homeland in South Asia.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said any involvement of a foreign government in the killing of a Canadian citizen was “an unacceptable violation of our sovereignty”.

Mr Hardeep Singh Nijjar was shot dead outside a Sikh temple in Surrey, British Columbia, on June 18.

He was known for his advocacy of the creation of an independent Sikh nation, Khalistan, that would include parts of India’s Punjab state. India had declared him a wanted terrorist.

“Canadian security agencies have been actively pursuing credible allegations of a potential link between agents of the government of India” and Mr Nijjar’s death, Mr Trudeau said in an emergency statement to the House of Commons.

“Canada has declared its deep concerns to the top intelligence and security officials of the Indian government.
“Last week at the G-20, I brought them personally and directly to Prime Minister Modi in no uncertain terms.”
The Indian high commission in Ottawa did not respond to requests for comment.

New Delhi said last week that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had conveyed strong concerns about protests in Canada against India to Mr Trudeau.

Mr John Kirton, director of the G-20 Research Group at the University of Toronto, said the frostiness was palpable between the Canadian and Indian delegations at the summit in New Delhi.

The relationship between the two countries “is now at a very downward trough”, he said. “Obviously, it’s a very serious issue, but at this point it’s still in the realm of allegations.”

Canada has the highest population of Sikhs outside their home state of Punjab in India, and the country has been the site of many demonstrations that have irked India.

Canada is home to one of the largest overseas communities of Indian origin, which number approximately 1.4 million out of an overall Canadian population of 40 million. About 770,000 people reported Sikhism as their religion in the 2021 Census.

The two countries, which earlier this year said they could agree the outlines of a trade deal by end-2023, have now frozen talks on the agreement. Canada gave few details while India cited “certain political developments”.

Bilateral trade in 2022 amounted to just C$13.7 billion (S$13.85 billion) out of a total of C$1.52 trillion, according to Statistics Canada.

Mr Trudeau did not directly accuse India of definitely being involved in Mr Nijjar’s death.

Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly later used more cautious language, saying “if proven true” the allegations would be unacceptable.

Ms Joly told reporters that Ottawa had expelled the Indian head of intelligence in Canada but gave no further details.

“In the strongest possible terms, I continue to urge the government of India to cooperate with Canada to get to the bottom of this matter,” said Mr Trudeau.

Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc said several senior Canadian government officials had visited India recently to express Ottawa's concerns.

Mr Nijjar was vocal about the threats to his life, which were shared with Canada’s spy agency, the World Sikh Organization of Canada, a non-profit, said in a statement.

“Canada must immediately identify and bring to justice those individuals who were involved in the targeted killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar,” the organisation said.

In April, India asked Britain for increased monitoring of UK-based supporters of a Sikh separatist movement. New Delhi was upset after protesters carrying “Khalistan” banners detached the Indian flag from the diplomatic mission’s building in London. REUTERS, BLOOMBERG, NYTIMES