Pakistani’s ISI planned Nijjar’s killing to hurt India-Canada ties? New conspiracy amid Khalistan row


According to information studies and sources, Hardeep Nijjar’s killing was planned by Pakistan’s ISI to put stress on the relations between India and Canada.

The diplomatic relations between India and Canada have taken a deep tumble after the homicide of Khalistani chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who was shot lifeless in British Columbia in June. However, new studies counsel that the whole incident is perhaps a conspiracy by Pakistan.

According to sources and information studies of a number of companies, Pakistani spy company Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) orchestrated the killing of Khalistani chief Hardeep Nijjar in Canada to put a serious pressure within the diplomatic relations between India and Canada.

Hardeep Nijjar was shot lifeless by unidentified assailants in Canada’s British Columbia whereas he was inside his automotive. According to sources cited by India Today, ISI had employed criminals to stress Nijjar into supporting terrorists and Khalistani gangs in Canada.

Sources have additionally advised that after Nijjar’s dying, Pakistan is now searching for a alternative of the Khalistani chief and is planning to assemble a bunch of separatist terrorists in Canada, placing extra pressure on the relations between India and Canada.

In a rebuke to the allegations levelled by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over the involvement of India within the homicide case of Canada-based pro-Khalistan hardliner Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Externail Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar stated “this is not the government of India’s policy”.

Jaishankar made the remarks throughout a dialog on the Council on Foreign Relations in New York after his tackle on the UN General Assembly on Tuesday.

He stated that New Delhi has already knowledgeable Ottawa that it’s open to taking a look at particular and related info.

Trudeau’s allegations have led to a diplomatic spat between India and Canada with New Delhi rejecting Ottawa’s claims as “absurd and motivated”, adopted by tit-for-tat expulsions of senior diplomats and journey advisories.

The tensions between Canada and India stay escalating because the latter has suspended visa providers for all Canadians, whereas the previous has issued a brand new journey advisory for Canadians touring to India.

(With IANS inputs)

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Nilesh Desai
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