Toronto: The World Intelligence Agency has officially confirmed India’s involvement in the assassination of a Sikh leader’s Hardeep Singh Najar in Canada.
The “Five Eyes” alliance, comprising the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, and Canada, has provided substantial evidence pointing to India’s role in the murder of Canadian Sikh leader’s Hardeep Singh Najar.
This alliance facilitates immediate sharing of terrorism-related intelligence among its member countries. The Five Eyes alliance has now corroborated India’s involvement in Hardeep Singh Najar killing with multiple pieces of evidence.
Leaked conversations among Indian diplomats and officers, as revealed by a Five Eyes officer, indicated a plot to assassinate Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nagar. Following a comprehensive investigation, Canadian law enforcement and intelligence agencies have asserted that Hardeep Singh’s murder occurred under the supervision of an Indian intelligence station chief based in Canada.
Should Canada maintain its stance, it could pose challenges for the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom in balancing their long-standing alliance with India against their commitment to justice and accountability.