Canada testing India’s Patience, Trudeau must be shown the Exit

Canada testing India’s Patience, Trudeau must be shown the Exit

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Canada testing India’s Patience, Trudeau must be shown the Exit

Canada seems to have crossed the Red Line. The Canadian Parliament in a shameful act has paid home to a Canadian terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar by observing one minute silence on completion of one year of his death.

The above act should be enough to downgrade diplomatic relationship with the current Trudeau government.

Just because PM Modi smiled at him during the just held G7 Meet in Italy, Trudeau has been emboldened once again. Along with the deplorable act of the Canadian Parliament, this chap Trudeau has stated that he sees a new opening to engage with India on “some “very serious” issues on national security after the return of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to office for a third consecutive term.

He and his Government should be issued a stern warning. Even the Canadian Parliament is unfit to be called a pro democracy body.

Trudeau’s remarks follow his meeting with Prime Minister Modi in Italy during the G7 Summit where India was invited as an Outreach country. PM Modi had tweeted a photograph of himself with the Canadian PM as they shook hands. After the meeting in Italy, Trudeau told the Canada-based media channel, Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC) there are some “important but sensitive” issues that the two countries need to work on together. He did not share much details of what the two leaders discussed.

What is needed is severe downgrading of Trade relationship with Canada till this Trudeau Govt remains in power.

Ties between the two countries had become strained after Trudeau had in the House of Commons last year talked about “credible allegations” about a potential link between Indian agents and the killing of the Canadian terrorist Nijjar that took place in Surrey in British Columbia, Columbia in June 2023. India has however dismissed the accusations as “absurd” and “motivated.”

Canadian terrorist Nijjar, who was designated a terrorist by India’s National Investigation Agency in 2020, was shot and killed outside a Gurdwara in Surrey in June last year. Tuesday marks the first anniversary of terrorist Nijjar’s death.

The video of his killing that reportedly surfaced in March this year showed terrorist Nijjar being shot by armed men.