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India accuses Canada of harboring extremists

Taslima Jamal

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

India once again took Canada with one hand on the Khalistan issue. Recently, a pro-Khalistan rally took place in a city of that country. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India has said that the country that respects the rule of law does not indulge the extremists under the guise of freedom of speech. This was said by the ministry in a statement on Wednesday.

It said, celebration and glorification of violence cannot be part of any civilized society. Democratic countries that respect the rule of law cannot indulge extremists like this under the guise of freedom of speech.

India also urged Canada to stop providing safe havens and political space to alleged criminals and separatists.

The statement also said, “We have repeatedly expressed our strong concern about the violent behavior of extremists in Canada against our political leadership.” Last year there was also a procession with the pictures of the killers of our former prime minister. There was also a procession with pictures of Indian diplomats threatening to attack them.

In recent times, the dispute between Canada and India over the Khalistani issue has come to a head. Last Sunday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau claimed that Canada has the rule of law. The main purpose of that regime is to protect all the citizens of the country. Three Indian nationals have been arrested in Canada in connection with the murder of pro-Khalistan leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Trudeau made this comment after that.

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