Standing in the Canadian Parliament, prime minister Justin Trudeau accused india of killing Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. They said they have evidence. Meanwhile, the explosive news that Canadian intelligence officials had spied on indian diplomatic officials has been revealed. Before canada accused india of involvement in the killing of Khalistani terrorist Nijjar, it was revealed that it had spied on indian diplomats. A Canadian official gave this information to the news agency AP. canada has been monitoring indian officials and diplomats there, the official said. In addition, members of the Five Eyes countries assisted canada in gathering intelligence. According to a Canadian media CBC report, the communications of indian diplomats i.e. who they met, who they talked to, all this was tracked. Although indian diplomatic officials in canada have said that similar closed-door communications have taken place, they have not yet rejected any evidence of indian government involvement in the niger murder cases.
Further, Canadian officials have visited india several times to seek cooperation in the Nijjar murder investigation, according to media reports. Canadian NSA Judy Thomas was in india for 4 days in August. Moreover, this month also he visited india for 5 days with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau. After the United Nations General assembly in New York on thursday, Canadian prime minister Trudeau said that the accusation against india was not hasty, but with complete seriousness. However, canada has yet to present any evidence to support its allegations.
India on thursday suspended visa services for Canadian citizens amid rising tensions with Canada. Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said threats are coming to our diplomatic mission in Canada. Unable to do their job. Visa service has been suspended for the same reason. Bagchi had accused canada of harboring terrorists. On the other hand, india has consistently rejected all allegations made by Canada. The Foreign Ministry said all Canadian allegations were absurd. Similar allegations were made by the prime minister of canada against our prime minister Modi and they were completely rejected. Such baseless allegations are an attempt to distract Khalistani terrorists and militants. terrorists have been given sanctuary in canada and are threatening India's sovereignty and territorial integrity. Meanwhile, there is news that External Affairs minister jaishankar met prime minister Modi on Wednesday. According to media reports, jaishankar briefed the prime minister on the entire issue.