India's foreign minister, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, breaking his silence on Canadian national Hardeep Singh Nijjar assassination by Indian agents, said India has told Canada it was open to looking into any specific or relevant information it provides on the killing of Khalistan leader.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau already exposed India at global level that Ottawa had credible intelligence linking Indian agents to the murder.
Subrahmanyam Jaishankar Council on Foreign Relations event in New York gave a defensive response: "One, we told the Canadians that this is not the government of India's policy. Two, we told the Canadians saying that look, if you have something specific, if you have something relevant, you know, let us know - we are open to looking at it."
"The picture is not complete without the context. You also have to appreciate that in the last few years, Canada actually has seen a lot of organized crime, you know, relating to, you know, the secessionist forces, organized-crime, violence, extremism, they're all very, very deeply mixed up," he added.
Sikh separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar who was shot dead outside Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Vancouver, creating a rift between Canada and India, has now taken a new turn as a video reviewed by The Washington Post.
WP reported that at least six men and two vehicles were involved in the killing of Khalistan leader—a Canadian citizen.