Canadian PM Justin Trudeau on Friday (native time) stated that Canada had shared the “credible allegations” that India’s authorities might have been concerned within the killing of a Khalistani terrorist “weeks in the past”, International Information reported.
Addressing a joint press convention with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Trudeau stated: “Canada has shared the credible allegations — that I talked about on Monday — with India. We did that many weeks in the past. We’re there to work constructively with India and we hope that they interact with us so we are able to resolve this very critical method,” stated Trudeau.
India, on its half, has repeatedly denied claims of receiving any intel relating to the allegations from Canada earlier than Trudeau’s announcement on Monday revealing them.
Earlier this week, Trudeau had first linked Nijjar’s killing to India. India on Tuesday rejected such allegations calling them ‘absurd’ and ‘motivated’.