He added that the reports coming out of Canada were “concerning.”
Taking his official name to X, the British Labor MP posted: “Regarding reports coming from #Canada. Many #Sikhs from #Slough and beyond have contacted me; anxious, angry or fearful. As Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau stated that they have been working with close allies, we are in contact with the UK Governor to ensure justice is done.”
Regarding the reports coming from #Canada.
Since Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau stated that they have been working with close allies, we are in contact with the UK Governor to ensure justice is done.https://t.co/U4ceflJmHq
– MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi (@TanDhesi) September 19, 2023
In a bombshell charge on Monday, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau alleged that Indian agents were behind the shooting death of Khalistan Tiger Force chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
In his speech to the Canadian Parliament on Monday (US local time), Trudeau claimed that his country’s national security officials had reason to believe that “agents of the Indian government” carried out the murder of the Canadian citizen, who also served as president of the Surrey Guru. Nanak Sikh Gurdwara.
“Canadian security agencies have been actively pursuing credible allegations of a possible link between agents of the Government of India and the murder of a Canadian citizen, Hardeep Singh Nijjar,” Trudeau said.
India, however, rejected the allegations, calling them “absurd” and “motivated.”
“We have seen and rejected the Canadian Prime Minister’s statement in his Parliament, as well as the statement of his Foreign Minister,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MEA) said in an official statement.
“Allegations of the Indian government’s involvement in any violence in Canada are absurd and motivated,” he said.
World leaders also expressed “deep concerns” over Trudeau’s allegations linking the Indian government to the shooting death of the Khalistan Tiger Force chief in British Columbia, Canada. (ME TOO)
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