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External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar has said that India is not ruling out an investigation but asked Canada to provide evidence in support of its allegations about the involvement of agents of the Indian government in the killing of a Khalistani separatist in that country. 

Jaishankar made the comments on Wednesday in response to questions during a conversation with veteran journalist Lionel Barber titled ‘How a Billion People See the World’ in London. When asked if there was any evidence of the Indian government's involvement in the killing, the



EAM stated, "None." Speaking about Trudeau's allegations, Jaishankar revealed that he has discussed the matter with his Canadian counterpart, Melanie Joly, urging the Canadian government to share any evidence they may have.

He highlighted India's willingness to consider an investigation but emphasised that no evidence has been provided thus far. Jaishankar addressed the broader issue of violent and extreme political opinions in Canadian politics advocating separatism from India, some through violent means.




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