Justin Trudeau’s accusations against India: Canadian opposition leader calls for facts.
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s accusations regarding India’s involvement in the Hardeep Singh Nijjar case continue to stir controversy.
Opposition leader Pierre Poilievre demands transparency and evidence. Get the latest updates on this ongoing debate.
Justin Trudeau surrounded in his own home by accusing India, opposition leader said – PM should clarify with facts.
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau had discussed India’s association with the supposed homicide of Khalistani psychological oppressor Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
The contention over these charges by Trudeau on India isn’t halting.
Attacking Head of the State Justin Trudeau’s charges, Canadian resistance pioneer Pierre Poilievre has said that he ought to tell the truth with the real factors.
“I think the state head should be frank with the real factors. We want to know all the conceivable proof so Canadians can pursue a choice on that,” Poilievre said in a media address Tuesday.
Poilievre remarked on this situation when the media posed him an inquiry on what else ought to be finished after an Indian negotiator is removed by Canada.
‘The State head just gave an assertion’.
Poilievre said, “The state leader has not given any realities. He has said something.
I would simply underline that he let me know no more secretly than he told Canadians openly. So we need to know more data.”
He further said that if more data was not given the charges would be viewed as bogus or fantastic.
Tending to the media, he said that we should have proof that will assist the State leader with arriving at the resolutions that he gave yesterday.
Let us tell you that a day earlier, Trudeau had accused the Indian government of shooting dead Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
He claimed that his country’s national security officials have every reason to believe that “agents of the Government of India” carried out the murder of the Canadian citizen.
Hardeep Singh Nijjar was also the president of Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara, Surrey.