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Jaishankar’s Counterstrike: Navigating the Turbulence of Canada’s Election Saga

Jaishankar’s Counterstrike: Navigating the Turbulence of Canada’s Election Saga

In a bold statement, India’s External Affairs Minister, S. Jaishankar, has refuted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s allegations, suggesting that Khalistani separatists are exploiting Canada’s democratic freedoms for political leverage.

Amidst the upcoming Canadian elections, Jaishankar emphasized the lack of evidence provided by Canada regarding the alleged misuse of its democracy by Khalistani elements. The minister highlighted the absence of cooperation from Canadian police agencies, framing it as a strategic move in Canada’s vote bank politics.

The murder of Khalistani separatist Hardeep Singh Nijjar has become a focal point of contention. Jaishankar denounced the internal political motivations behind the accusations, asserting India’s non-involvement and criticizing Canada’s approach to the sensitive issue.

In a press briefing, Jaishankar praised India’s global image under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership, contrasting it with the current political landscape in Canada. He accused pro-Khalistan leaders of manipulating the Canadian political system to their advantage.

The Trudeau administration’s inaction over India’s requests to curb visas and political recognition for problematic individuals was highlighted by Jaishankar. He expressed frustration over Canada’s disregard for India’s extradition demands for Khalistani supporters.

Relations between India and Canada soured following Trudeau’s controversial remarks last September, accusing Indian agents of involvement in Nijjar’s murder—a claim strongly rejected by India.

Jaishankar underscored the respect Prime Minister Modi commands internationally, citing anecdotes of admiration from global leaders, which contrast with Trudeau’s unsubstantiated allegations.

Reflecting on India’s decade of transformation, Jaishankar credited Modi’s leadership for the country’s firm stance against cross-border terrorism, vowing a resolute response to any threats.

Addressing the border tensions with China, Jaishankar asserted India’s strong military presence on the LAC, signaling a robust defense against any pressure tactics. He also commented on Nepal’s controversial currency decision, maintaining that it won’t alter the ground realities.


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