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Op-Ed: G7 Confronts Urgent Call to Scrutinize India's International Actions — from Modi Govt to Modi

Canada is sharing its concerns with G7 allies regarding India's suspected interference.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has already informed the country's parliament about the investigation into the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Surrey on June 18.

India Denies Allegations, Indian Media Tells a Different Story

Trudeau stated, "Over the past few weeks, Canadian security agencies have been actively pursuing credible allegations of a potential link between agents of the government of India and the killing of a Canadian citizen, Hardeep Singh Nijjar."

India has rejected these accusations, labeling them as "motivated" and "absurd".

However, India's mainstream media has presented a contrasting narrative about Nijjar's death and the activities of Sikh activists seeking a separate homeland in Punjab.

Watch how these two TV anchors, one of the 14 recently boycotted by India’s opposition alliance for their Hindu supremacist propaganda, conducted a show on a sensitive diplomatic issue between the two countries:

In a show in July, the same anchors could be heard celebrating the Sikh killings abroad, with a suggestive headline that read “Did India 'Bump Off' 4 K-Thugs?”


Paramjit Singh is a freelance writer, avid reader, content creator and travels all over Asia. Currently lives in Virginia. His twitter handle is @ParamjeetT42915



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