Recent events in canada involving the disappearance of Pakistani air hostesses are shrouded in mystery, adding a layer of complexity to the already strained relations between canada and India. The backdrop includes the controversial killing of Khalistani tiger Force leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar, and Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau's statements attributing Nijjar's death to indian government agents.

The latest perplexing incidents involve the disappearance of air hostesses from pakistan International airlines (PIA) in Canada. Last month, an air hostess named Mariam Raza went missing after landing in Toronto from Islamabad. Subsequently, another female flight crew member disappeared, bringing the total number of missing air hostesses to nine since last year.

In Mariam Raza's case, her uniform and a note expressing gratitude to PIA were found in her hotel room. PIA reports that this is the second incident of staff disappearing in Toronto this year. The airline believes that the missing crew members may be seeking refuge in Canada. According to official figures, seven PIA crew members went missing in canada last year, and the airline suspects a trend of employees settling in canada after disappearing upon arrival.

It is suggested that the allure of easy citizenship in canada, compared to the United States, and dissatisfaction with low wages and work conditions at PIA might be factors contributing to the disappearances. Pakistani officials are reportedly in discussions with Canadian authorities to address and prevent such incidents in the future.

The ongoing mystery surrounding the missing air hostesses adds complexity to the diplomatic relations between canada, India, and pakistan, highlighting the need for cooperation and resolution in the face of these unusual occurrences.

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