How Trudeau’s Fake Allegations Exposes Western Double Standards
The Canadian PM Trudeau made some fake allegations on India, without any evidence. Now the US is trying to back Canada. Their double standards have been exposed!
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has accused the Indian government of involvement in the killing of a Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) terrorist named Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia. However, Trudeau has no evidence to support this claim.
This situation reminds us of a past incident when Amit Shah, who was a leader in India’s BJP party at the time, met with a US ambassador.
When the ambassador raised concerns about human rights in India, Shah countered by mentioning the historical mistreatment of Native Americans by white settlers in the United States.
For many years, cases of hate and racism have been continuously observed in America. However the US government hardly takes any appropriate action towards these. This highlighted the double standards of Western countries when it comes to human rights.
Now, Canada and the US are trying to prove that Indian agents were responsible for Nijjar’s killing. Trudeau and his advisor Jagmeet Singh are making these allegations without concrete evidence.
The US is indirectly trying to assist Canada in gathering intelligence to support these claims. The media in both countries have described Nijjar as a Khalistan supporter.
But in reality he was not just a Khalistani supporter but a declared terrorist, extremist and separatist. Nijjar was involved in several criminal activities in India.
Nijjar, a plumber in Surrey, Canada, became involved with Khalistan extremist groups and had connections with the Babbar Khalsa International and KTF. He organized arms training camps, funded contract killings, and was responsible for various acts of violence in India.
Despite Trudeau’s accusations, the Canadian government couldn’t provide any evidence of Indian involvement in Nijjar’s killing yet. This situation also highlights the Western hypocrisy when it comes to terrorism and human rights.
The West has often used Khalistan as a tool against India, and now it seems that Trudeau is using it to tarnish India’s image with the help of US intelligence.
While India has shared information on Khalistan supporters with Canada and the US in the past, no action has been taken against them.
It’s possible that the West was waiting for a Khalistan-inspired terror attack before taking action. However, Trudeau’s actions and the West’s overall approach to terrorism raise questions about their double standards.
India has already clarified that the Indian government was not involved in Nijjar’s killing. In fact, India has informed the Canadian government several times about the Khalistani terrorists in Canadian territory. India also urged Canada to take actions against such negative elements. But instead of taking action, the Canadian government indirectly supported these terrorists.
These Western countries should reconsider their situations and support in the fight against terrorism, rather than making baseless accusations.