What is the view of other countries about the murder of Nijjar?


After the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a round of accusations and counter-accusations was going on between

india and canada, when on wednesday night of 20th September, gangster Sukhdul Singh alias Sukha Dunake was

shot dead in Canada. According to a report in Hindustan Times, Sukhdul Singh had fled to canada in 2017 by

making fake documents. There are seven criminal cases registered against him in India.

Earlier on june 18, pro-Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was shot dead outside a Gurudwara in Canada.

Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau recently said in a statement that the indian government may be behind this

murder. He claims that indian agents have committed murder in his country. After the matter gained momentum,

canada on monday asked an indian diplomat to leave the country. In response, india has also ordered the Canadian

diplomat to leave the country.

Now the increasing tension between the two countries has worried india and canada as well as other world leaders.

Relations between the two countries have reached their lowest level in recent years.

First let us know what Trudeau said in Parliament

On monday, Canadian prime minister Trudeau had said in a statement in Parliament, Canadian security agencies

are actively investigating allegations of a possible link between the government of india and the murder of

Canadian citizen Hardeep Singh Nijjar. The involvement of any other country or foreign government in the murder

of a Canadian citizen on its own soil will not be tolerated. This is a violation of our sovereignty, which is

completely unacceptable. This is against the fundamental rules by which an open and democratic society functions.

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