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According to some unknown sources, the Sikh community in Canada is hoping that Ottawa’s stunning charges against India over the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar will only be the first decisive action against supposed “Indian interference”. The largest Sikh population outside of India is in Canada, and its members expressed relief that the complaint had been made.”We are happy to see India being held accountable,” said Harkirt Singh Dhadda, a well-known lawyer and Sikh in the Toronto area. Although it was a “signal,” the expulsion of a diplomat was not the only thing that was anticipated.
“We want a thorough inquiry that holds those responsible for this assassination accountable, including those who shot the victim and those who planned the murder,” he said. Balraj Singh Nijjar, the son of Hardeep Nijjar, expressed a “sense of relief” that the accusations had finally come to light. “Perhaps you can go one step further and get specific people.” In light of his accusations that Indian government agents murdered Khalistan supporter Hardeep Singh Nijjar in June of this year, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has expelled a senior Indian diplomat.
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India, though, has denied Canada’s accusations. The Canadian Prime Minister’s and Foreign Minister’s statements in their parliament were both seen and rejected by the Ministry of External Affairs. Allegations that the Indian government took involved in any violence committed in Canada are absurd and illogical. We are a democratic country that values the rule of law highly, according to the statement.
In retaliation, India also gave a senior Canadian official five days to leave the country. It was traditional for India to act in retaliation for the expulsion of a Canadian diplomat. India informed the “senior Canadian diplomat” of its decision to be expelled by calling Canadian Ambassador Cameron MacKay. This was done in direct retaliation to Ottawa’s expulsion of an Indian official over the death of Khalistani leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Hardeep Singh Nijjar was a Khalistani militant, who lived in Canada and worked as a plumber. He also became the president of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey, in 2020.