Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday accused the Indian spy agency of being involved in the murder of Khalistan movement leader Hardip Singh in Canada.
During a press conference held at the United Nations (UN) headquarters, Justin Trudeau alleged that the Indian spy agency is involved in the murder of the citizen of Canada – Hardip Sindh, and demanded Indian authorities to cooperate in the murder investigation.
“The rule of law and justice is the foundation of our state, and we want to reach to the culprits involved in the murder of Hardip Singh,” Trudeau stated.
He added that, “the protection of the lives and the belongings of Canadian citizens is our the fundamental responsibility.”
He said that the Indian authorities should take the allegations seriously and not obstruct the path of justice.
On the other hand, the Indian authorities instead of responding to the murder accusation of Khalistan supporter Hardip Singh, leveled terrorism allegations against Canada.
During a press conference at the Indian Minister of External Affairs, the spokesperson failed to answer regarding the murder accusation and alleged that the Canadian authorities are providing safe havens for the terrorists, adding that the India is in contact with its allied countries on this matter.