Canada worked closely with US on India’s possible link to killing: Report

Canada worked closely with US on India's possible link to killing: Report

A senior Canadian government source said on Tuesday( Sep 19 ) that Canada and the United States” worked very closely” on intelligence that Indian agents may have been involved in the murder of a Sikh man in British Columbia earlier this year.

On Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declared that domestic intelligence services were earnestly looking into reliable rumors linking New Delhi’s brokers to the June capturing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, 45, in British Columbia.

According to the cause,” We have been carefully collaborating with the US, including on the public reporting yesterday.” The standard, who did not provide a name due to the sensitivity of the data, stated that the information in Canada’s hands would become shared” in due course.”

The problem that is putting political strains under pressure has also impacted industry. A proposed deal agreement between Canada and India has been put on hold, and Canada has postponed a business goal it had scheduled for October.

According to a second American source with knowledge of the circumstances, the concerns surrounding the Canadian’s death were to blame for both the trade negotiations’ pause and the delay in the mission.