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On India-Canada diplomatic dispute, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that he will stand clearly for the rule of law.

New Delhi: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday confirmed his allegation that India was involved in the killing of Sikh separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar, saying his country will work with India to take “this very serious matter to its logical end”. Wants to work creatively.

The Canadian PM reiterated that his country has “very serious reasons” to believe that “agents” of the Indian government may be involved in the killing of the Khalistani leader.

“We are very clear that we want to work constructively with India on this serious matter. From the beginning, we have shared the genuine allegations about which we are deeply concerned, but we have reached out to the Government of India and partners around the world to get to the bottom of this, to take this seriously,” PM Modi Trudeau said, news agency ANI reported.

Linking his claim regarding Nijjar’s killing to New Delhi’s revocation of diplomatic immunity of 40 Canadian diplomats in the country, PM Trudeau said he was “disappointed” when India “arbitrarily” stripped 40 Canadian diplomats of their Snatched away from immunity at a time when his country was progressing. New Delhi and other global partners “to get to the bottom of this”.

“We were dismayed when India violated the Vienna Convention and arbitrarily revoked the diplomatic immunity of more than 40 Canadian diplomats in India… We have serious reasons to believe that agents of the Government of India are attempting to detain a Canadian citizen. May be involved in murder.” on Canadian soil and India’s response is to expel an entire group of Canadian diplomats in violation of their rights under the Vienna Convention,” PM Trudeau said.

“This is a matter of concern for countries around the world because if a country can decide that their diplomats from another country are no longer safe, it makes international relations more dangerous and more serious. But at every step, we have tried to work constructively and positively with India and we will continue to do so and that means continuing to work with the diplomats of the Indian government. “This is not the fight we want to have right now, but we will clearly always stand up for the rule of law.”

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