Canada accuses India of getting information from Five Eyes: US

Syed Azam

Several reports came to Canada from global intelligence agencies.

Several reports came to Canada from global intelligence agencies. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made explosive allegations against India based on that source. This sensational claim was made by the US ambassador to Canada, David Cohen. Meanwhile, India released the documents of Khalistani leader Nijjar.

A few days ago, according to media sources, Canada is investigating the murder of Khalistani militant Hardeep Singh Nijjar with the help of this circle of intelligence from several countries including America. The truth of that news was found in the statement of the US ambassador. There is a group of international intelligence known as the Five Eyes. In addition to Canada, the group includes the United States, England, Australia and New Zealand. These countries together keep an eye on the various political, diplomatic, military and affairs happening in the whole world. A few days ago, a Canadian media reported that four other countries, i.e. the Five Eyes, helped Canada in the investigation of Hardeep Singh Nijja’s murder.

The US ambassador said in an interview that the Prime Minister of Canada has accused India based on the information of Five Eyes. However, Cohen completely dismissed a Washington Post report. It was said in the news that Canada wants the US and other friendly countries to publicly condemn India. But this news was dismissed by the US ambassador to Canada.

Incidentally, according to Canadian media reports, Canada was intercepting the conversation of Indian officials with the diplomats of a western country. Signals sent between the two countries are also monitored. Canada’s intelligence department even kept an eye on the discussions of diplomats in India with officials posted in Canada. This surveillance process was going on for more than a month. Five Eyes assisted in the entire process. In the context of Prime Minister Trudeau’s complaint, the documents released by India said that Pakistan was in contact with the slain militant Hardeep. According to the intelligence report, Hardeep is planning to carry out attacks in various parts of India. The ‘dossier’ shows that Hardeep was involved in various criminal activities since 1980. Due to this he was forced to leave the country. The document shows how Hardeep became a militant from a local terrorist in the 1980s.

It is said in the dossier that in 1996, Hardeep traveled to Canada by forging a passport. He was working as a truck driver at that time. He also received training in making weapons and explosives in Pakistan, the document said. Hardeep, a resident of Jalandhar in Punjab, soon became known in the notorious world of the international world under the umbrella of Gurnek Singh. Between 1980 and 1990, he was associated with the militant organization Khalistan Commando Force. Since 2012, Hardeep became close to Khalistan Tiger Force chief Jagtar Singh Tara. Hardeep’s connection to Pakistan deepens through Jagdeep’s sources. After returning from Pakistan, he started using the proceeds of drug and smuggling for terrorist activities.

Hardeep planned subversive activities in Punjab in association with Jagdeep. Created its own organization in Canada. The members of that party were Manjit Singh Dhaliwal, Sarvajit Singh, Anupbir Singh, Darshan Singha. In 2015, these members of Hardeep’s group underwent weapons training in British Columbia, Canada, the document said. In 2014, Hardeep masterminded the attack on Dera Sacha Sauda in Sirsa, Haryana. Joins Punjabi gangster Arshdeep Singh Gill alias Arsh Dala. Congress MP Shashi Tharoor said yesterday that the India-Canada relationship is more important than a single complaint amid the accusations and accusations surrounding Hardeep. He emphasized on rebuilding relations. His hope is that both sides will behave maturely—so that the controversy has no impact. In Shashi’s words, ‘There is an important commercial relationship between the two countries.

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