By Mayank Chhaya-
In leveling the explosive charge of the Indian government’s complicity in the killing of the Khalistani separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar on June 18 in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has gone for broke.
In the process, he has perhaps irretrievably damaged India-Canada relations at least as long as he is the prime minister. Coming back from this precipice for the two countries could take years.
What is remarkable is that Trudeau chose to make the allegations by citing his intelligence service but without providing any specific evidence. However, Bob Rae, Canada’s ambassador to the United Nations, has spoken about quiet diplomacy that preceded Trudeau’s parliamentary statement but without any results.
In order to understand, the state of the Nijjar investigation without any arrests or even a formal police statement, Mayank Chhaya Reports spoke to the well-known Canadian journalist and writer Terry Milewski who has spent decades tracking the Khalistani movement outside India.