No relaxation on immigration, Canadian minister hits back at Jaishankar’s statement

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The Indian Foreign Minister is entitled to his opinion. I will let him speak his mind. As per ANI report, Canada’s Immigration Minister Mark Miller expressed his disapproval over Jaishankar’s comments in an interview with the cable public affairs channel (CPAC), saying that it is not accurate.

Canadian Immigration Minister Mark Miller objected to Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s remarks regarding the recent arrest of three Indians allegedly linked to the killing of India-designated terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Miller responded to Jaishankar’s comment that Canada allows people associated with organized crime to immigrate to the country. He said that we are not laxity. Miller did not confirm reports that three Indian nationals had traveled to Canada on student visas. We are not lax. The Indian Foreign Minister is entitled to his opinion. I will let him speak his mind. As per ANI report, Canada’s Immigration Minister Mark Miller expressed his disapproval over Jaishankar’s comments in an interview with the cable public affairs channel (CPAC), saying that it is not accurate.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar recently criticized Canada for welcoming individuals from India with links to organized crime despite warnings from New Delhi. Jaishankar claimed that some individuals with ‘pro-Pakistan leanings’ have formed a politically influential lobby in Canada. When asked about the visa status of the accused, Minister Miller refrained from providing specific information due to the ongoing police investigation, saying that such inquiries should be directed to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).

Jaishankar criticized the Trudeau government for allowing supporters of extremism, separatism and violence under the guise of free speech. Jaishankar said a section of pro-Khalistan people are using Canada’s democracy, creating a lobby and becoming a vote bank for Justin Trudeau’s minority government.

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