1. Shock received from AmericaIndia started retaliating against canada after india was accused of Nijjar’s murder. Both india and canada havealso expelled each other’s High Commissioners from their respective countries. Not only this, PM Trudeau is alsocontinuously making statements against india on different platforms. Amidst these tensions, India’s ForeignMinister reached America to participate in the UNGA meeting and there he met US Secretary of State AntonyBlinken. canada was hopeful that the US Foreign minister would raise the issue of Nijjar’s murder in thismeeting. But in whatever releases were issued by the US regarding the meeting between india and the US ForeignMinister, there was no mention of Nijjar and Canada.2. india ready for cooperation, canada has no proofIt has been more than 10 days since india was accused of Nijjar’s murder. Meanwhile, canada also claimedseveral times that they had solid evidence. But this evidence is limited to claims and allegations only. Trudeau notpresenting even a single concrete evidence till now is further strengthening India's case. In the discussion at theCouncil on Foreign Relations in New York, India's Foreign minister S jaishankar said on the allegations made byCanada, We told the Canadian people that it is not the policy of our country to do this. If canada has suchallegations. If there is any evidence to implicate him, please present it. canada has not yet provided any publicevidence to support the claim of Nijjar's murder.At the same forum, the Foreign minister also expressed concern over the threats being received by Indiandiplomats living in canada and the incidents of attacks on indian Consulates. Foreign minister says, It iscompletely wrong that our diplomats in canada have been threatened, our consulates have been attacked, this ishow democracy works in this country. If someone gives me some factual information, then it should be given toCanada There is no need to limit it to. I will look into that.
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