Canadian PM Trudeau Affirms Ongoing Probe into Nijjar’s Killing

Canadian PM Trudeau Affirms Ongoing Probe into Nijjar's Killing
Canadian PM Trudeau Affirms Ongoing Probe into Nijjar's Killing/Reuters
Canadian PM Trudeau Affirms Ongoing Probe into Nijjar's Killing
Canadian PM Trudeau Affirms Ongoing Probe into Nijjar's Killing/Reuters

Canadian PM Trudeau Affirms Ongoing Probe into Nijjar’s Killing

Canadian PM Trudeau Affirms Ongoing Probe into Nijjar’s Killing

Canadian PM Trudeau Affirms Ongoing Probe into Nijjar’s Killing

Key Highlights:

  1. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reaffirms ongoing investigation into the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, stating that it extends beyond the recent arrests of three Indian nationals.
  2. Trudeau emphasizes Canada’s commitment to the rule of law and its independent justice system, reassuring citizens, particularly the Sikh community, of their safety.
  3. The remarks come amidst diplomatic tensions between Canada and India following Nijjar’s killing, with India denying allegations of involvement and terming them “absurd.”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reiterated Canada’s commitment to the rule of law and an ongoing investigation into the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, emphasizing that the probe extends beyond the recent arrests of three Indian nationals.

Speaking at the Sikh Foundation of Canada’s Centennial Gala event, Trudeau acknowledged the arrests made in connection to the case and reassured Canadians, especially the Sikh community, of their safety. He underscored Canada’s status as a rule-of-law country with a robust and independent justice system, urging citizens to remain calm and steadfast in their commitment to democratic principles and justice.

Trudeau’s remarks come amidst diplomatic tensions between Canada and India over Nijjar’s killing, with India rejecting allegations of involvement and terming them “absurd.” The ongoing investigation, led by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), continues to probe into the circumstances surrounding Nijjar’s death and any potential links to organized crime or foreign entities.

Source: The News International

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