Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has now accepted India’s strength. He wants close relations with India but by pointing fingers at India over the killing of pro-Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, he feels as if he is trapped in his own trap.
After pointing fingers at India over the death of pro-Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seems to be falling into his own trap. Now he has acknowledged that India is a rising economic power and important geopolitical player. PM Trudeau reiterated his Indo-Pacific policy in which Canada considers itself interested in establishing close relations with India.
PM Trudeau reiterated in the press conference that there is rule of law in his country and once again requested India for cooperation in the investigation. Trudeau is continuously saying that he wants to bring out the truth of this matter. His statement has come when Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar met Antony Blinken in America.
Was Canada discussed between India and America or not?
No disclosure has been made yet about whether the two leaders have talked about Canada’s allegations or not, but Trudeau is referring to America’s assurance of raising this issue with the Indian Foreign Minister. He is saying that America has assured him that Antony Blinken will personally raise this issue with S Jaishankar. However, whether the issue of Canada has been discussed between Foreign Minister Jaishankar and Antony Blinken has not been disclosed till the time of writing the news.
Justin Trudeau is continuously repeating his allegations against India.
Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar is on a five-day visit to America and in the meantime both the leaders have discussed further taking forward the relations between India and America. Also talked about the 2+2 ministerial level meeting between India and America, which is to be held in the coming time. Canada is continuously making statements against India. Justin Trudeau is repeating his allegations against India almost every day in press conferences and requesting cooperation in the investigation.