Now a statement from a top security officer of india has come on the ongoing dispute

between india and canada regarding the murder of Khalistani separatist leader Hardeep

Singh Nijjar in Canada. He has told that canada has not shared any security intelligence with

india regarding the murder of Nijjar.

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has claimed that the indian intelligence agency is behind

Nijjar’s murder. He had claimed in the parliament of his country that the government of India

has been informed on this. On the condition of anonymity, a top official associated with the

security agencies said that neither from canada nor from washington dc (USA), any

intelligence was received about Khalistan tiger during India’s G20 summit (9-10 September).

It was shared regarding the murder of force chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

Canada’s NSA met India’s top security officers

Canada’s National Security Advisor (NSA) Jody Thomas did meet his indian counterpart and

the indian Intelligence Chief before the G20, but he did not share any evidence related to

Nijjar’s murder. The officer also said that neither through diplomatic nor intelligence channels

has canada shared anything with india that would indicate that our intelligence agency was

behind Nijjar’s murder. The said officer also said that india has nothing to do with the murder of Nijjar, hence we are ready to help the Canadian government in the investigation and identification of the killer.

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