External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar said in a recent statement that India is not denying the investigation but Canada has not provided evidence that Indian agents were involved in the murder. (Photo: The Canadian Press)
Trade Minister Mary Ng says that Canada will not resume trade talks with India until Narendra Modi's government does not cooperate in the investigation of the case of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who was murdered in Surrey.
Mary Ng made the comments while speaking to reporters in San Francisco, where she has joined PM Trudeau for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit.
It is worth noting that Canada stopped trade talks with India in September after the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
Nijjar was shot dead outside Gurdwara Sahib in Surrey on June 18.
P. M. Trudeau also raised the issue in private during the G20 summit in India.
On September 18, he directly accused the agents of the Indian government of being behind the murder in the House of Commons.
India is denying these allegations.
External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar said in a recent statement that India is not denying the investigation but Canada has not provided evidence that Indian agents were involved in the murder.
He said that when the Indian High Commission in Canada was attacked and diplomats were threatened, the Canadian government did not take any action.
Trade talks won't resume until India co-operates in Nijjar case investigation: Mary Ng
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