Media: Canada has evidence that Sikh leader’s assassination was ordered in India

Another source of information is one of the Five Eyes countries, the intelligence alliance of Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. CBC’s sources did not identify a specific country.

According to the CBC, during unofficial Canadian-Indian talks, Indian representatives did not deny allegations that there was evidence of Indian government involvement in the murder.

The Canadian government has yet to present specific evidence, but it has not been ruled out that it could emerge during the trial, the CBC reported.

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Justin Trudeau has accused India of political murder in Canada

On Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said during his speech to Parliament, among other things: “Canadian security agencies are actively investigating credible allegations of possible links between individuals acting on behalf of the Government of India and the killing of Canadian citizen Hardeep Singh Nijjar.” Trudeau also said he raised the issue of the killing during a meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the recent G20 summit in New Delhi. On Thursday, during a visit to the United Nations, Trudeau said that making the allegations public was not an easy decision and was taken “very seriously.”

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