US steps away from India-Canada diplomatic dispute!  Said- 'We have no answer'

India-Canada Diplomatic Row: India Gives Deadline to Canada to Recall Diplomats

In a ongoing dispute between India and Canada regarding the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, India has given a deadline to Canada to recall its 40 diplomats from the country. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded by stating that the Canadian government wants to help Canadians in India. The United States has decided not to get involved in the diplomatic dispute between India and Canada, stating that it is focused on working under the Indo-Pacific strategy.

US State Department deputy spokesperson Vedant Patel mentioned that he has received a report on diplomatic staffing levels for the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi, but refused to comment further or take any action. This comes after Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar met with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Washington, where the US expressed support for Canada’s investigation into the allegations against India and called for cooperation.

India has reiterated that the allegations made by Canada are baseless and no specific information has been provided. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs warned Canada to remove 41 of its 62 diplomats from India by October 10. Canada’s Foreign Minister Melanie Jolie stated that Canada is in continuous dialogue with India regarding the request for the return of diplomats, emphasizing the importance of a strong diplomatic presence in India.

India has already banned visa services in Canada and accused Canada of harboring terrorists despite several warnings. The diplomatic tension between the two countries remains high.

(Source: Various)

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