Canadian Charges Against India “Major”, Should Be Examined: US

Washington: The Canadian charges with respect to India’s contribution in the killing of a favorable to Khalistan pioneer are “serious” and should be researched completely, the White House has said.
Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the head of the restricted Khalistan Tiger Power (KTF), was killed in Surrey, English Columbia on June 18. India had assigned Nijjar as a fear monger in 2020.

The cases made by Canada were examined while visiting Outside Undertakings Priest S Jaishankar and Public safety Counsel Jake Sullivan met here last week, John Kirby, Facilitator for Vital Correspondences at the Public safety Board in the White House told journalists at a news gathering here.

“The issue was examined. We’ll surely pass on it to those two nations to discuss their respective relationship,” Kirby said in light of an inquiry.

“We’ve been clear, these claims are serious, they should be completely examined and obviously, as we’ve said previously, we ask India to take part effectively in that examination,” Kirby said.

Express Office’s Delegate Representative Vedant Patel told columnists at a different news meeting that it’s important that Canada’s examination continues and the culprits are dealt with.

“We likewise have, as we’ve recently said freely and secretly, encouraged the Indian government to coordinate in the Canadian examination and participate in those endeavors,” he said.

The US, he said, has seen the reports on the strategic staffing levels for the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi.

“Yet, I have nothing further to propose on those reports and unquestionably don’t have any desire to get into hypotheticals and approach this cycle slowly and carefully. As it connects with our Indo-Pacific technique and the center that we keep on putting on the area, that work and that profession will proceed,” he said.

“With India, we are accomplices with them in the Quad and in numerous others, and we keep on working with them and different nations in the district on various significant issues.

“However, as I said, we view these charges exceptionally in a serious way and we proceed to work intimately with our Canadian accomplices as well as have freely and secretly encouraged the Indian government to help out Canada,” Patel said.

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