Stop giving safe haven to criminal, separatist elements, India becomes strict on Canada

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Extremist elements in Canada are against our political leadership. Last year, a tableau depicting the assassination of our former Prime Minister was used in a procession. Posters threatening violence against Indian diplomats have also been put up across Canada.

Days after an effigy of the Indian Prime Minister was shown at a pro-Khalistan rally in Canada, India on Tuesday called on the Canadian government to stop providing safe haven and political space to criminal and separatist elements. Canadian police said over the weekend that they have arrested three Indian nationals on murder charges. “As you know, we have expressed our strong concern about the repeated use of violent images,” External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal said in response to media queries on Tuesday regarding the tableaux at the Nagar Kirtan Parade in Malton, Canada. Concerns have been raised.”

Extremist elements in Canada are against our political leadership. Last year, a tableau depicting the assassination of our former Prime Minister was used in a procession. Posters threatening violence against Indian diplomats have also been put up across Canada. The spokesperson said that celebrating and glorifying violence should not be a part of any civilized society. Democratic countries that respect the rule of law should not allow radical elements to use intimidation in the name of freedom of expression.

A Foreign Ministry spokesperson said that we are concerned about the safety of our diplomatic representatives in Canada and hope that the Government of Canada will ensure that they are able to carry out their responsibilities without fear. We again call on the Government of Canada to stop providing safe haven and political space in Canada to criminal and separatist elements.

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