Everything is not going well between India and Canada. Recently, after the murder of Khalistani supporter Nijjar, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had said about India’s involvement in this murder. From then onwards this whole controversy started. Now Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu has threatened Hindus living in Canada to leave the country. Canadian Hindus have written a letter to the Justin Trudeau government regarding Pannu’s threat. In the letter, concern has been expressed in view of Pannu’s statements and an appeal has been made to declare Pannu’s statements as a hate crime.

US supports thorough investigation into killing of Khalistani separatist in June

The US supported a thorough investigation into the killing of a Khalistani separatist in Canada in June. Two days before this, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had alleged ‘possible’ involvement of an Indian government agent in the case, after which a diplomatic dispute has arisen between India and Canada. US Ambassador to India Eric Garcetti also called Trudeau’s allegations ‘troubling’ and underlined the importance of adhering to the principles of international law, sovereignty and non-interference.

India calls Trudeau’s allegations ‘absurd’

Trudeau had said in his statement in the ‘House of Commons’ on Monday, ‘The involvement of any foreign government in the murder of a Canadian citizen on Canadian soil is a violation of our sovereignty and is unacceptable.’ India on Tuesday rejected Trudeau’s allegations as “absurd” and “motivated” by personal interests and expelled a senior Canadian diplomat in response to Canada expelling an Indian official over the matter. In Canada, Khalistani separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar was shot dead by two gunmen on June 18.

‘The allegation will cause trouble to anyone’

Garcetti said, ‘Obviously, any allegation like this would cause discomfort to anyone. But with an active criminal investigation, I am hopeful that we can ensure that the culprits are brought to book. He said, ‘We allow all information to be gathered and investigation to be conducted before anyone reaches any conclusion.’ The US Ambassador was speaking at the Ananta Centre, a leading think-tank on strategic affairs. Referring to the comments of the US National Security Council spokesperson and the State Department spokesperson, Garcetti said that sovereignty is a very important principle.

‘We communicated regularly’

He said, ‘We have been communicating regularly. I am the son of a prosecutor. So, I know that when there is a criminal investigation, it is best to leave things as they are until we have additional information. Calling Trudeau’s allegations ‘very serious’, US National Security Council (NSC) strategic communications coordinator John Kirby said the US supports Canada’s efforts to investigate the matter and encourages India to cooperate in this. Is.

‘Transparent comprehensive investigation is the right approach’

Kirby said in an interview with CNN, ‘We believe that a completely transparent comprehensive investigation is the right approach so that we can all know what really happened and, of course, we encourage India to cooperate in this. Are.’ Asked about his opinion on the matter, Garcetti said he was not going to tell leaders of other countries what to do. He said, ‘But I think it is imperative for all of us to remember the principles of international law, the principles of sovereignty and non-interference.’

Closer ties between America and Canada!

Garcetti also highlighted the close ties between the United States and Canada. He said, ‘We always remain in close contact with Canada. Canada is a dear friend, ally, partner and neighbor. Not just in moments like these. In fact, we talk regularly all the time. We share information. Asked about the Khalistani protests in the US, the ambassador said those responsible should be held accountable and hoped “traditional friends and partners” could help get to the bottom of it. Garcetti said, ‘We are working on this – on the security of Indian diplomats. We are seriously investigating incidents like what we saw in San Francisco.