'We Stood Up For Canadians': Justin Trudeau's Fresh Remark On Nijjar Killing Has A Mention Of India

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that his government defends the rights of citizens to “speak out” even if it irritates the Narendra Modi-led government in New Delhi. Trudeau has once again made a mention of Nijjar in this fresh conversation.
Justin Trudeau has said that his government defends the rights of citizens to “speak out” even if it irritates the Narendra Modi-led government

Justin Trudeau has said that his government defends the rights of citizens to “speak out” even if it irritates the Narendra Modi-led government

Ottawa: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has once again made a controversial statement pointing out to India, raking up the killing of terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Trudeau testified at a public inquiry looking into foreign interference in Canada's electoral process and said that his government was firm on the issue of protecting Canadians, including addressing the killing of Nijjar, who was shot dead in Surrey last June.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that his government defends the rights of citizens to “speak out” even if it irritates the Narendra Modi-led government in New Delhi. Trudeau has once again made a mention of Nijjar in this fresh conversation.
Trudeau said, “The previous Conservative government was known for its very cosy relationship with the current Indian government whereas our government has always stood up to defend the minorities in Canada and the rights of minorities to speak out even if it irritates their home countries overseas.”
These remarks came as part of a nearly three-hour long appearance by Justin Trudeau before the ongoing Public Inquiry into Foreign Interference in Federal Electoral Processes and Democratic Institutions, which is headed by Justice Marie-Josee Hogue.
He also referred to his statement in the House of Commons on September 18 last year about there being “credible allegations” of a potential link between Indian agents and the killing of pro-Khalistan figure Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Surrey, British Columbia, three months earlier.
He cited “how we stood up for Canadians, including the very serious case that I brought forward to parliament of the killing of Nijjar, demonstrates our government’s commitment to defending the rights and freedoms of Canadians.”
Those rights, he said, included those to be free from “extortion, coercion, interference by a country that they left behind”.
Trudeau appeared before the national public inquiry after several days of testimony from members of his cabinet, political party representatives, intelligence officials and senior bureaucrats. During the hearing, the Canadian Prime Minister spoke about the measures his government had taken to address foreign interference since assuming power in 2015.

Justin Trudeau's Lies Exposed

The Canadian Bureaucrats however have exposed Trudeau's lie on allegations of Indian Interference in 2021 elections, these bureaucrats clearly stated that there was NO Indian Government interference or disinformation into the Canadian elections of 2021. Basically Justin Trudeau Government was spreading disinformation and fake propaganda against India for their own interest.
While the focus on the Inquiry has largely been on the foreign interference activities conducted by China, particularly in the 2019 and 2021 elections, it has also seen documents released by intelligence agencies that point to such activity by other countries including India, Russia, Iran and Pakistan.
Prabhjot Singh, Counsel of the 'Sikh Coalition', cross examined Canada PM during his testimony at foreign Interference Commission.
Asked whether appropriate steps were not taken to expose foreign interference, Trudeau said, "I think that's certainly a question one needs to ask of the previous conservative government that was known for its very cosy relationship with the current Indian government. Whereas our government has always stood up to defend minorities in Canada and the rights of minorities to speak out, even if it irritates their home countries overseas," according to the video shared by The Global and Mail.
During the hearing on Wednesday, Trudeau mentioned "explosive nature of the media stories, stemming from unsubstantiated and uncorroborated intelligence shared by a leaker." He said, "There are also things that were flat-out wrong."
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