India’s External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar was questioned about the reports sharing of intelligence between Five Eyes countries on Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s murder. But the foreign minister S Jaishankar refused to comment on it. The minister added that he is not part of the Five Eyes, during the Discussion at the Council on Foreign Relations held in New York, United States. S Jaishankar was questioned about the intelligence reports citing the role of Five Eyes countries in the killing of Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. However, he refused to comment on it and said he is not part of the Five Eyes group. If you are scrambling to the web regarding the same, kindly follow the article till the end. Drag down the page and take a look.
S Jaishankar Accused Canada For Not Taking Action Against Terrorists
The external affairs minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar refused to comment on the reports sharing of intelligence between the Five Eyes group on Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s murder. During the Discussion At the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, he said I am not part of the Five Eyes when he was questioned about the FBI warning US Sikh leaders about credible threats to them.
For the unversed, The Five Eyes group is an alliance of Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK, and the US’s intelligence departments. Indian Foreign Minister Jaishankar alleged that Canada’s government is not taking any action against extremists and terrorists living there. “Canada actually has seen a lot of organized crime relating to the secessionist forces, organized crime, violent extremism,” Jaishankar said, “Our concern is that it’s really been very permissive because of political reasons. So we have a situation where, actually, our diplomats are threatened,”
He further went on to say that he would share with them very kindly what the Indian government told the Canadians. Jaishankar said that they told the Canadians this is not the government of India’s policy and if they have something specific or if they have something relevant, kindly inform them. They are looking forward to hearing. External affairs ministers also urged the UN to reform and list more countries and warn the countries that political convenience does not determine responses to terrorism or violence. To the UN General Assembly in New York, Jaishankar said, “Respect for territorial integrity and non-interference in internal affairs cannot be exercised in cherry-picking,” Stay tuned to this website for more details.