Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reiterated allegations of Indian agents involvement in the killing of Khalistani Separates Hardip Singh Ner on Canadian soil. He stated that figuring out the matter was one of Ottawa’s top priorities and that India’s decision to remove diplomatic communities for 40 Canadian diplomats was against Vienna conventions. Trudeau also mentioned that Indian government sources have said that Ner was constantly in touch with Canadian intelligence agencies and was advised to take security measures.
The tension between India and Canada shows no sign of deescalating. Trudeau has only talked about credible allegations and not presented any evidence. The Canadian ambassador to India, Sanjay WMA, has asked the Canadian government to present evidence, but they have not. Trudeau’s relationship with India only goes further when he presents credible evidence.