India Canada Tension Updates- America has been exposed amid the ongoing tension between India and Canada. Even though from outside he is talking about not getting involved in the fight between India and Canada, but a report has exposed his secret. The New York Times, quoting sources, has reported that America had provided intelligence information to Canada after the murder of Sikh separatist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Inspired by this intelligence, Justin Trudeau had made serious allegations against India.
The report came days after the top US diplomat in Canada confirmed that there was “shared intelligence between the Five Eyes partners” that prompted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take action against India in the killing of Khalistani extremist Hardeep Singh Nijjar on Canadian soil. Was motivated to make allegations.
These allegations of Trudeau have angered India. India has rejected Canada’s allegations as “absurd” and “motivated”. India also expelled a senior Canadian diplomat in retaliation for Ottawa expelling an Indian official over the matter. India has also accused Canada of being a safe haven for terrorists.
It is noteworthy that Nijjar, the chief of the banned Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF), was murdered in Surrey, British Columbia on June 18. India had declared Nijjar a terrorist in 2020. The United States has urged India to cooperate with Canada in its investigation in this case.
What’s in the report?
The New York Times quoted unnamed sources as saying, “After the assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, US intelligence agencies provided intelligence to their Canadian counterparts. The intelligence helped Canada conclude that India was involved in the assassination.” Was.”
According to the report, “After Nijjar’s death, US officials told their Canadian counterparts that Washington had no advance information about the plot. If US officials had advance information they would have given it sooner.” Canadian officials had given Nijjar a general warning but did not tell him that he was India’s target, the officials said on condition of anonymity.
American ambassador has also accepted half the truth
US Ambassador to Canada David Cohen said in an interview with CTV News that “shared intelligence between Five Eyes partners” had informed Trudeau about the possible involvement of Indian agents in the killing of Canadian citizen Nijjar. “I would say it was a matter of shared intelligence. There was a lot of conversation between Canada and the United States about this, and I think that’s the point as far as I’m concerned,” Cohen told CTV News. ”