S Jaishankar Responds to Canada’s Allegation Against India

The EAM expressed alarm about these threats to Indian ambassadors and attacks on Indian consulates, claiming that they are “very permissive” for political reasons.

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In the midst of the ongoing India-Canada dispute, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar raised concerns about “organized crime, related to secessionist forces, violence, and extremism” in Canada, saying it is “very permissive” for political reasons.

Mr Jaishankar stated at the ‘Discussion at Council on Foreign Relations’ in New York, “In the last few years, Canada has actually seen a lot of organized crime, relating to secessionist forces, organized crime, violence, and extremism.” They’re all extremely, very confused. So, in reality, we’ve been discussing specifics and information.”

He went on to say that the Indian government had given the Canadian side a lot of information regarding the crime and that there had been a lot of extradition requests.

“We’ve given them a lot of information about organized crime and leadership based in Canada.” There have been multiple requests for extradition. There have been recognized terrorist leaders,” he stated.

The EAM expressed alarm about these threats to Indian ambassadors and attacks on Indian consulates, claiming that they are “very permissive” for political reasons.

“Our worry is that it has been overly liberal for political reasons.” As a result, our diplomats are being threatened, and our consulates are being attacked…Much of this is frequently justified by the assumption that this is how democracies operate. If someone provides me with something specific, it is not required that it be limited to Canada. However, if there is an incidence that is an issue and someone provides me anything particular, as a government, I would look into it,” Mr Jaishankar added.

In response to Prime Minister Trudeau’s charges, Mr Jaishankar stated that the Indian side will take action if the Canadian side presents specific information in connection with the death of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Nijjar.

“We told the Canadians that this is not the policy of the Indian government.” Second, we stated that if you have anything specific or relevant, please let us know. We are willing to look into it…”In some ways, the picture is incomplete without the context,” he explained.

Notably, Canada has yet to present any public proof to substantiate the claim of Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s murder.

Early this week, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made an explosive speech accusing the Indian government of being complicit in the execution of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a claim that India has categorically denied, calling it “absurd” and “motivated.”

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Following Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s suspicions of Indian complicity in the death, India has banned its visa services in Canada.

In the midst of strained relations, India warned its citizens and visitors to Canada to exercise “extreme caution in light of growing anti-India activities and politically-condoned crimes of hatred and criminal violence.” in the country.

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