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How EAM Jaishankar showed a mirror to Justin Trudeau’s government over Nijjar’s killing

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is now finding it difficult to save his image. Justin Trudeau had made false allegations against India without evidence regarding the Nijjar massacre. When the opposition parties and media of India and Canada asked for proof related to the allegations, Justin Trudeau stopped speaking. The media, and opposition parties there have also started saying that Justin Trudeau’s foreign policy is a flop show.

After the UNGA meeting, S Jaishankar attended an event of Council of Foreign Relations. Here too, he questioned Canada's irresponsible attitude towards the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar also dismissed as "false" Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's claim that Canada had informed India about Nijjar's murder.

Justin Trudeau had claimed that Indian agents had a hand in Nijjar's murder. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar clearly told the Canadian government that such actions are not included in India's policies. The Foreign Minister also questioned the history of gang wars in Canada and also mentioned the list of terrorist demands that India had given to Canada from time to time.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar showed a mirror to the Justin Trudeau government of Canada regarding Khalistani terrorists. He said that Khalistani terrorists have become so powerful in Canada that they have targeted temples and the Hindu community, threatened ambassadors, and threatened Indian High Commissioners.

India has shown the mirror of truth to the Canadian government standing in favor of Khalistani terrorists. This is the first time India has treated Canada in the same diplomatic manner as Canada has treated India. Canada did not expect India to retaliate on its allegations and actions. Canada felt that by accusing the Indian ambassador of being involved in the murder, it would be a burden on India.

The relationship between India and Canada is very old. There has never been much bitterness in the relationship between the two countries. The two countries did not have the same views on the issue of Khalistani ideology. This was the reason that in the UNGA meeting, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar had clearly said that not taking action on terrorism according to political convenience is not right.

This statement was a direct reference to Justin Trudeau, who is being accused of promoting Khalistani ideology for his political gains. Not only this, Justin Trudeau has also been accused that his foreign policy has been a flop in many cases. Canada's opposition Conservative Party is accusing Justine Trudeau of the same.

Source : DNA India