After Prime Minister Justin Trudeau alleged that the Indian government was behind the killing of pro-Khalistan leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar on Canadian soil leading to a diplomatic storm, New Delhi has issued an advisory advisory for Indian nationals and students in Canada
Both Canada and India had expelled each other's top envoys from their respective countries and Canada had also updated its travel advisory asking its citizens to avoid all travel to the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Indian Ministry of External Affairs said:
Addressing the House of Commons, Trudeau said that Canada's security agencies were investigating "potential links" between agents of the Indian government and the alleged assassination of Nijjar based on "credible allegations."
This is possibly the first time that a Western democracy has publicly accused India of playing a role in violence outside its jurisdiction. As relations between the two Commonwealth nations hit an all-time low, here are all the top developments of the latest geopolitical crisis.