America’s Response To Canada’s Allegations: India’s Firm Rejection Of Trudeau’s Claims

America’s response to Canada’s allegations: India’s firm rejection of Trudeau’s claims.

Discover how America has reacted to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s allegations against India regarding the Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

India’s strong rebuttal and international diplomacy unfold in this news. What did America say on Canada’s allegations? India gave a befitting reply to PM Trudeau’s audacity.

America has expressed deep concern over the allegations made by Canadian PM Justin Trudeau against the Indian government regarding the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

America’s response to Canada’s allegations: According to a news source, White House National Security Council spokesperson Adrienne Watson said, “We are concerned about the allegations made by Prime Minister Trudeau.”

Adrienne Watson said, “We remain in constant contact with our Canadian partners. It is important that the Canadian investigation moves forward and that the perpetrators are brought to justice.”

PM Trudeau, speaking in the Canadian Parliament on Monday, said there are credible allegations that the Indian government may have links to the killing of Khalistan Tiger Force chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

Trudeau also raised the issue with Biden and Sunak.

With this, the Canadian government expelled the top Indian diplomat from the country. Najjar was included in the list of most wanted in the list of Indian agencies.

At the same time, Trudeau had also reportedly raised this matter with US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

Foreign Ministry called Canada’s allegations absurd.

However, India’s Ministry of External Affairs rejected Canada’s allegations as “absurd and motivated”.

“The Indian Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying, “We have reviewed the statements made by the Prime Minister of Canada in his Parliament and the statements made by his Foreign Minister and we reject them.”

Let us tell you that in June this year, 46-year-old terrorist Najjar was shot dead by two unknown assailants in the parking lot of a Gurudwara in Surrey, Canada.

According to the central government, Hardeep Singh Nijjar was a resident of Bhar Singh Pura village in Jalandhar and ran the Khalistan Tiger Force.

He was included among the most wanted terrorists by Indian authorities.

His name had surfaced in numerous incidents of crime and violence in India, and as a result, he was put on the list of wanted terrorists.

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