Senior BJP chief and former Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Tuesday dismissed the claims of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that there was an Indian hand within the homicide of Khalistani activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
Capt Amarinder mentioned the homicide was the results of a factional feud inside the administration of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Surrey in Canada.
The former Chief Minister mentioned Trudeau had sadly walked right into a lure owing to vote-bank politics and put at stake the diplomatic relationship between India and Canada.
Capt Amarinder mentioned it was extremely irresponsible for the Prime Minister of a rustic to make a press release with none proof solely as a result of he was enjoying to the vote-bank gallery.
He identified that it was an irrefutable undeniable fact that the Trudeau administration had given a free hand to anti-India forces in that nation. He mentioned Indian missions there have been attacked and diplomats intimidated however there was no corrective motion by the Canadian authorities.
“Has the Canadian government taken any action against the culprits who attacked Indian missions there?” he requested, whereas including Trudeau by levelling such allegations was solely making an attempt to deflect the eye from his personal failures to curb anti-India actions in that nation.
Capt Amarinder mentioned he had introduced it to Trudeau’s discover as to how Canadian land was getting used in opposition to India.
He mentioned in a press release that when he met Trudeau throughout his Indian go to in 2018 in an Amritsar lodge he had shared all info with him.
Instead of seeing the Canadian authorities taking any remedial measures, there was a rise in anti-India actions in that nation.
He mentioned the explanation he had refused to satisfy the then Canadian Defence Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan throughout his India go to was as a result of he (Sajjan) was related to the World Sikh Organisation which had a report of working in opposition to India.
The former Chief Minister appreciated the central authorities’s determination to expel a Canadian diplomat for his involvement in encouraging anti-India actions.