'Glorification of terrorism' legal in Canada, Canadian journalist taunts pro-Khalistan PM Trudeau - Newztezz Online

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'Glorification of terrorism' legal in Canada, Canadian journalist taunts pro-Khalistan PM Trudeau

Journalist Milewski said Canadian police have not made any arrests in connection with Nijjar's murder. Even the shooters have not been identified yet. Milewski raised the question that how can PM Trudeau accuse India without evidence.

Canadian journalist and author Terry Milewski has now entered the tension between Canada and India. On Tuesday he said Canada has failed to stop the glorification of terrorism. Milewski taunted that praising an extremist is completely normal and legal in Canada.

Milewski's comments came after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau alleged India's role in the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, whom he said was a Canadian citizen.

How can allegations be made without evidence?

According to media reports, Milewski said that the real issue with PM Trudeau's statement was the complete lack of evidence. The journalist said that Canadian police have not made any arrests in connection with Nijjar's murder. The shooters have not been identified yet. Milewski raised questions about how Trudeau could make allegations without evidence.

Khalistani movement is not controlled

When asked why PM Trudeau would have made such allegations publicly during the ongoing investigation. On this Milewski said that he had lost the elections. He said the Khalistani movement in Canada has historically not been curbed as much as it should be and pointed to the glorification of terrorism in the country.

Normal glorifying terrorism

He said that it is normal to glorify the Air India bomber or celebrate the assassination of Indira Gandhi in a Gurudwara. Milewski is best known for his report Khalistan: A Project of Pakistan, published in 2020, which detailed Pakistan's alleged role in the separatist movement.

Indian diplomat expelled

Speaking in the Canadian Parliament on Tuesday, Justin Trudeau said there are credible allegations of a possible connection between the Indian government and the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. As a result, Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Jolie expelled a high-ranking Indian diplomat, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) chief Pawan Kumar Rai.

Canadian diplomat Cameron Mackey expelled

India has rejected Justin Trudeau's claim of a "possible link" between Indian government agents and Nijjar's killing. It has been considered baseless and motivated, suggesting that it lacks a factual basis and may be influenced by ulterior motives or political considerations. Additionally, in a tit-for-tat reaction, India has expelled a senior Canadian diplomat, Cameron Mackay.

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