S Jaishankar condemns ‘climate of violence’ says ‘Let’s not normalise…happening in Canada’

Recently the S. Jaishankar name has come on the internet and it went viral on many social networking sites. S. Jaishankar a very well-known Minister of External Affairs of India denounced Canada for its “climate of violence” and lack of responsiveness to Indian extradition requests, informed HT. Jaishankar went to New York to attend the UN General Assembly for six days. After which he visited Washington DC for a bilateral meeting for three days. Since the news has come on the internet it went viral on the social media platforms. Now lots of people are super curious to know about the whole information about the news. So let’s continue the article.

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On 29 September 2023, while talking to journalists during his visit to the United States, Minister of External Affairs Jaishankar expressed worries over the threats against Indian delegates and prudent facilities.  He also added India did not reveal and is thus volunteering to look at any “relevant and specific” information Ottawa may want to share on its allegation. Since the news came this news has been making the rounds on the internet. Scroll down to the next page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.

According to the report, Jaishankar stated that India did not want to stop its visa procedures in Canada but had to do so because of this atmosphere and the threat of violence. He asked whether the world or any other country would have taken this condition, stating that he could not remember India having the deal with such a situation necessitating visa suspension in any other country, let independently a G7 and a Commonwealth member. You are on the right page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.

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Reportedly, Jaishankar’s comments come in answer to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s allegation of likely links between representatives of the Indian government and the killing of a Canadian resident designated as a terrorist by India, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, on Canadian soil. India denied this allegation as absurd. He also stated this is not a part of the government of India’s approach but India was open to evaluating any information Canada might share. Here we have shared all the information that we have if we get any information then we will update you as soon as possible. Stay connected with Tech Ballad for more updates.

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