Indira Gandhi’s assassination celebrated in Canada Jaishankar reacted

Indira Gandhi There is tension between India and Canada after the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Even after this, Canada is not backing down. Now the murder of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi has been glorified in Canada. A tableau was taken out in the city of Brampton, in which Sikh bodyguards are shown shooting the effigy of Indira Gandhi. This incident in Canada is being discussed all over the world. India has also objected to this. Many videos of this picture are also going viral on social media. Canadian High Commissioner to India Cameron Mackay has also condemned this incident. He said that I am shocked by the reports of such news in which Indira Gandhi’s murder was celebrated. Cameron said that the government has been informed about this.

India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar expressed his displeasure. He said that I think there is a big issue inherent in the space given to separatists, extremists, people who advocate violence. I think this is neither good for Canada nor for its relations with India.

Were celebrating the anniversary of Operation Blue Star
In fact, this parade was held in Brampton, Canada, on the 40th anniversary of Operation Blue Star. An effigy of Indira Gandhi was shown in it, on which Sikh bodyguards were firing. Pictures of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who was killed last year, were also shown in this demonstration. Now this issue has also been raised by India’s High Commissioner to Canada, Sanjay Kumar Verma. He has formally placed this issue before the Canadian Foreign Ministry. Verma said that Indians living in Canada are scared of such hate propaganda. Unfortunately, this has happened repeatedly in Canada. This should be stopped.

PM Modi gave a befitting reply
At the same time, after taking oath as PM, Narendra Modi was congratulated by Canadian PM Justin Trudeau. It was written that ‘Congratulations to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his election victory. Canada is ready to work with his government to advance relations based on human rights, diversity and rule of law. PM Narendra Modi also replied to Justin Trudeau in the same language. Modi wrote that ‘Thank you for the congratulatory message. India is eager to work with Canada on the basis of mutual understanding and respect for each other’s concerns. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Have talked about respecting each other’s concerns.

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