Indian High Commissioner to Canada Addresses Bilateral Issues

Indian High Commissioner to Canada Addresses Bilateral Issues
Indian High Commissioner to Canada Addresses Bilateral Issues (Image: ANI)
Indian High Commissioner to Canada Addresses Bilateral Issues
Indian High Commissioner to Canada Addresses Bilateral Issues (Image: ANI)

Indian High Commissioner to Canada Addresses Bilateral Issues

Indian High Commissioner to Canada Addresses Bilateral Issues

Indian High Commissioner to Canada Addresses Bilateral Issues

Key Highlights:

  1. Sanjay Kumar Verma discusses “decade-old issues” and threats from Canada at a Montreal event.
  2. Emphasizes Indians’ right to determine India’s fate, calls for respecting bilateral concerns.
  3. Expresses concern over security of Indian diplomatic representatives amidst tensions.

Indian High Commissioner to Canada, Sanjay Kumar Verma, addressed longstanding issues between the two nations, highlighting concerns over crimes and threats originating from Canada. Speaking at an event in Montreal, Verma emphasized the importance of resolving bilateral issues through diplomatic channels.

Verma stressed Indians’ prerogative to determine India’s future and urged those abroad to participate in the democratic process. He underscored the need for mutual understanding and respect between strategic partners, urging both countries to address each other’s concerns.

Amid escalating tensions, Verma’s remarks mark India’s stance on recent events, including the arrest of three Indian nationals in connection with a Sikh separatist leader’s killing. India also condemned a parade float in Ontario glorifying violence and raised concerns over the security of its diplomatic representatives in Canada.

The Ministry of External Affairs called upon the Canadian government to prevent criminals from finding refuge and ensure the safety of Indian diplomats. Incidents of Khalistani extremism in Canada have strained bilateral relations, prompting India to urge Canada to address the issue effectively.

Source: Reuters

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