"be careful": Canada issues advisory for citizens traveling to India

Tension has increased between the governments of the two countries after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made serious allegations against India for the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. The Indian government has completely rejected Trudeau’s allegations. India has also ordered Canada’s senior diplomat to leave the country within 5 days. Now Canada has implemented travel advisory for its citizens. Amidst the controversy, Canada has advised its citizens to be cautious about traveling to India.

The Canadian government told its citizens in a travel advisory, “Avoid travel to the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir due to the unpredictable security situation. There is risk of terrorism, extremism, civil unrest and kidnapping.” The Canadian government has not included travel to the Indian union territory of Ladakh in its travel advisory.

After India, Canada has the highest number of Sikhs.
Let us tell you that in the whole world, after India, the largest number of Sikhs live in Canada. The total population of Canada is approximately 3 crore 82 lakhs. Of these, 2.6% i.e. 9 lakh 42 thousand 170 are Punjabi. People of Punjab not only work in Canada, but they also have considerable influence in the government there. He also has status in business and farming sector.

Apart from this, a large number of people from Haryana, Rajasthan, UP, New Delhi and many states of South India are in Canada. Every year thousands of students from India also go to Canada. At present, approximately 1 lakh 60 thousand students from Punjab are studying in Canada. All of them have gone there on study visa. Every year an average of 50 thousand youth from Punjab alone go abroad to study.

What did Canadian PM Justin Trudeau say?
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau told MPs – “The involvement of a foreign government in the murder of a citizen on Canadian soil is a violation of our country’s sovereignty. We will put pressure on the Indian government to cooperate in the investigation of this murder.” “

Justin Trudeau said- “The large population of Sikhs of Indian origin living in Canada is angry about this murder. Many Sikhs are afraid for their safety. There are between 14-18 lakh citizens of Indian origin in the country, Many of whom are Sikhs. Jagmeet Singh, leader of Canada’s opposition New Democratic Party, is from the Sikh community.”

India gave a blunt answer
India has rejected all the allegations made by Canada. India’s Foreign Ministry said, “All Canadian allegations are absurd. Similar allegations were made by the Canadian Prime Minister to our PM Modi as well. They were completely rejected.”

The Ministry of External Affairs said, “Such baseless allegations are an attempt to divert attention from Khalistani terrorists and extremists who have been given sanctuary in Canada. They are a threat to India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.”


Trudeau clarified on the statement
According to the report of ‘Toronto Star’, on Tuesday night, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau clarified his earlier statement. He said, “We do not want to increase this tension. We have put forward some facts. We want to work with the Government of India on this issue, so that everything can be cleared.”

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