Tensions explode: Trudeau points finger at India – How will Modi respond?
In a groundbreaking revelation, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the escalating diplomatic crisis between Canada and India at Canada’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations in New York. Trudeau shocked the world by insinuating the possible involvement of Indian government agencies in the unfortunate killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a Canadian citizen and alleged Khalistani terrorist.
Canada and India on Thin Ice
The tumult began earlier this week when Trudeau publicly pinned India for Nijjar’s death. A move that New Delhi vehemently denied. In a swift diplomatic rebuff, India suspended visa services for Canadians and blasted Canada for allegedly harboring terrorists. Trudeau’s assertions, India claims, lack specific evidence.
Trudeau’s Strong Stand
Defending his stance, Trudeau emphasized Canada’s unwavering commitment to the rule of law. He underscored that the Canadian government stands firm in its duty to protect every Canadian citizen, irrespective of their origin. The Canadian leader also remarked about his frank conversation with his Indian counterpart, Prime Minister Modi. Insisting on transparency and justice, he urged India to join hands with Canada in resolving the matter amicably.
Canada’s Role as a Global Safe Haven
Highlighting Canada’s reputation as a beacon of hope for many seeking refuge, Trudeau reaffirmed that protecting Canadian citizens is of paramount importance. He concluded by calling for cooperation from India to let justice prevail.