India and Canada are at loggerheads in the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made serious allegations against India in the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. However, India has rejected these as absurd. Now when the media is asking Trudeau questions on this subject, he himself is maintaining silence.
Actually, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has come to the United Nations Headquarters to participate in the high-level 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly. Where journalists are asking him questions in this regard. At the same time, Trudeau is seen avoiding questions. Its video is also going viral on social media. On two separate occasions and at two different places inside the UN complex, the Press Trust of India questioned Justin Trudeau about India’s rejection of his allegations related to the killing of ‘Khalistan’ terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Asked, as can be seen in the video. To which Trudeau, surrounded by security personnel, did not respond.
Trudeau maintains silence on allegations regarding Nijjar’s murder
According to the report, on Wednesday Trudeau had come to attend the Climate Ambition Summit held at the specially built SDG Pavilion on the UN campus, the UN Security Council meeting on Ukraine and an event on ‘Global Carbon Pricing’. Where journalists collided with him.
Let us tell you that Trudeau had accused Indian agents of involvement in the murder of banned Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar (45) in the Canadian Parliament. Which India has already rejected. India says that ‘allegations of Indian government’s involvement in any kind of violence in Canada are absurd and baseless.’